Supervisors Committee Hearing on Exceptions From Parking Requirements

Agenda.

Item of Note:

  • Item 3: Ordinance amending the Planning Code to permit certain exceptions from off-street parking and loading requirements for lots that front curbside transit lanes or bicycle paths, for lots in Residential Mixed districts.

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