Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee Meeting

Agenda

Of note:

131119 [Transportation Code – Inoperable/Broken Parking Meter Time Limits]

Sponsor: Chiu

Ordinance amending the Transportation Code, Division I, to clarify the definition for “Parking Meter” to include electronic pay stations, and change the time limit for parking at inoperable or broken parking meters, from two hours to the maximum time permitted for the parking meter; and making environmental findings.

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