When it comes to enforcing its parking meters on Sundays, should City Hall return to 2010?
That's the question that the Mill Valley City Council will take up over the next few months. Some councilmembers have called for making Sunday parking free, just as it was before the of its parking program: raising meter rates, expanding parking meter enforcement to include weekends and establishing a , whereby 94941 residents can pay for a sticker that allows a driver to park in a metered spot for two hours without feeding the meter.
The council has a number of factors to consider, including the sentiments of downtown business owners, that of local residents and the city's own revenue from meters and parking tickets given its stated goal of having a parking program that pays for itself.
So what do you think? Would free parking on Sundays make a difference to you? Has the RSVP program changed the debate?
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