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February 20, 2016



I think the problem is when they allow high density housing to be built, they only require one parked car per apartment with very minimal "guest" or second car parking. We live in an apartment, and as a family of 4, most families are 2-car families even if it is single-income family. and since apartments don't have more than 1 car parking space, you're stuck with the 2nd car to find parking... I think they need to update the ordinance when they build high density housing, to require enough parking for 1.5x number of apartments and not just 1x apartment. if apartment wants to charge extra rent for the 2nd car parking, I'm sure many people will be willing to pay for that..


You are 100% correct. Thank you. we have this problem on our street all the time (close to Broadway).

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