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Pacific Palisades : Parking Plan Defeated

July 06, 1989

The Pacific Palisades Community Council voted down a preferential parking proposal for the village shopping area recently, saying it favors two-hour parking limits on business streets.

Council members, who voted 9 to 0 to reject the proposal, said that although parking remains a problem in the Palisades business district, imposing preferential parking would hurt customers more than help them. The community has been grappling with the parking issue for more than a year.

Los Angeles city Councilman Marvin Braude had asked civic leaders to poll the community before presenting the proposal to the City Council for final approval.

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