In addition to the parking ban below, the 5:30 meeting scheduled for tomorrow at Micucci's is cancelled. We have received news that many people are not able to attend and we do not wish to hold a lightly attended meeting with the Chief of the PPD.
The meeting will be rescheduled in the future. Any questions you might wish to have the chief address may be emailed to us in advance and we will present them in advance.
City of Portland 389 Congress Street Portland, Maine 04101 www.portlandmaine.gov CONTACT: Nicole Clegg, 207-756-8173, 207-272-4477 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
Portland Declares Citywide Parking Ban Tonight Beginning at 10:00 PM
PORTLAND, Maine – A citywide parking ban for the City of Portland has been declared beginning at 10:00 PM tonight, March 19th and ending at 6:00 AM tomorrow morning, March 20th. The parking ban has been declared so that Public Services crews can clear and remove snow from today’s storm.
Vehicles left on the street during a ban will be towed at the owner’s expense (tow fee - $70, impound fee - $35, ticket cost - $30 and all outstanding tickets must be paid. Vehicles not claimed within 24 hours will be charged $25 storage fee per day). Vehicles will be towed to the city’s impound lot located at the Ocean Gateway International Marine Terminal at 40 Commercial Street (phone number 774-3025). At the end of the day following a parking ban, unclaimed vehicles will be towed to private tow company lots, and storage fees of $25 per day will accrue.
You may go to the city web site for information about where you may park.
IMPORTANT Sustain Southern Maine/Planning
MEETING at the Jewish Museum on March 16 from 12:30PM
This meeting is to inform and to collect opinion on what the India Street Neighborhood should be. It is to be used to work toward a controling vision for the neighborhood plan.
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ISNA Public Meeting!
There will be a meeting at Micucci's (second floor - Newbury Street entry) on Wednesday, March 20 at 5:30 PM
Chief Michael J Sauschuck will speak and answer questions about the city and our neighborhood.
There will be a review of the planning process and the Sustain Southern Maine status.
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Various items of interest may be found in the "Downloads" section (above).
The plan and guidelines applicable to our neighborhood are available under interesting Links, at the left. They are interesting reading
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