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Jun 26, 2018 1:33 PMPublication: The Southampton Press

Southampton Village Looks To Tighten On-Street Parking Restrictions In Some Areas

Two parking spaces in front of Tates Bake Shop on North Sea Road could soon be limited to 15 minutes. GREG WEHNER
Jun 26, 2018 2:25 PM

The Southampton Village Board will host public hearings next month on three new proposals to restrict on-street parking in a few areas of the village.

One of the areas being looked at is the west side of Breese Lane near the intersections of Cooper Street and Fordham Road. The board is considering a modification to the law that would prohibit parking 50 feet from those intersections at all hours of the day.

According to Southampton Village Attorney Wayne Bruyn, both streets are very narrow. When people park their vehicles along the street, it makes it difficult for other vehicles to get through.

Another proposal looks to restrict parking on both sides of Hildreth Street and Jennings Avenue between midnight and 6 a.m. “Hildreth and Jennings do not have any restrictions, so this proposal would be to put restrictions from 12 to 6 a.m. on those two street,” Mr. Bruyn told board members at a meeting on June 14.

The third proposal is to limit parking on the west side of North Sea Road in the two spaces in front of Tate’s Bake Shop. If approved, parking would be limited to 15 minutes.

Public hearings on all three proposals will be held at Village Hall on July 12 at 6 p.m.

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just what we need, more street signs and rules
By thepresssucks (21), watermill on Jun 26, 18 4:15 PM
Perhaps the village could limit parlking to one side of White Street as it is impossible to get down White Street many days.
By metsfan2 (146), southampton on Jun 26, 18 10:58 PM
Pelham st. Is a nitemare also. Just at the intersection of Moses . You build a house, then park in the street. I don’t get it.
By Fred s (1991), Southampton on Jun 28, 18 9:40 AM
Clean up the train station, it is a disaster when the train arrives. Total disaster...
By knitter (1604), Southampton on Jul 3, 18 10:45 AM