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What a Week: What is one downtown parking spot worth?

Original post made on Apr 17, 2022

The Pleasanton council faced another interesting case study down the road of balancing conflicting priorities last month, a debate centered on a new housing unit and coveted downtown parking. Now, I'm generally a rules stickler, but...

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Posted by My opinion
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Apr 17, 2022 at 9:02 am

My opinion is a registered user.

The city states the carport cannot be used for storage but we all know they will never enforce that. The resident will use the carport for storage and then park their cars in the spots reserved for the dental office. The dental patients will use public parking. No exception should be made for the required parking places. My neighbor had a two car garage and a five car driveway. They still parked all vehicles on the street. The city will never enforce the "no storage" requirement and more public parking spaces will disappear.

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