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Ordinance Amending Title 15, Chapter 6 of the Municipal Code of the Town of Dandridge to Establish Two Hour Parking Limits on Designated Streets and at Designated Times

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Reviewed Date: June 19, 2017

Original Author: 
MTAS
Date Created: 
Aug 3, 2001


Subjects:
Parking--Municipal ordinances
Streets--Signs and signals

Ordinance Amending Title 15, Chapter 6 of the Municipal Code of the Town of Dandridge to Establish Two Hour Parking Limits on Designated Streets and at Designated Times

Summary: 
Ordinance establishing parking limits on designated streets of Dandridge.

Knowledgebase-Ordinance Amending Title 15, Chapter 6 of the Municipal Code of the Town of Dandridge to Establish Two Hour Parking Limits on Designated Streets and at Designated Times ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE AMENDING TITLE 15, CHAPTER 6 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE TOWN OF DANDRIDGE TO ESTABLISH TWO HOUR PARKING LIMITS ON DESIGNATED STREETS AND AT DESIGNATED TIMES.

WHEREAS, when vehicles are parked for an extended period of time in certain areas of the Town, business is impeded, and;

WHEREAS, access to business through adequate parking is fundamental to a thriving community, and:

WHEREAS, limitations on the time a vehicle may park in certain areas will improve access for more citizens, and;

WHEREAS, two hours is a reasonable period of time for citizens to conduct business in certain areas;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMEN OF THE TOWN OF DANDRIDGE, TENNESSEE THAT:

Section 1. The Dandridge Municipal Code is hereby amended by adding the following to Title 15, Chapter 6:

15-607. Two hour parking limits in certain designated areas . No vehicle shall park for longer than two hours on designated streets during designated hours in the commercial section of Dandridge.

Section 2. This ordinance shall become effective from and after its final passage, and after the publication of its caption in a newspaper of general circulation, the public welfare requiring it.

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