Paid Parking In East Hampton Village Goes Back To Square One - 27 East

Paid Parking In East Hampton Village Goes Back To Square One

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East Hampton Village will enforce it's parking rules, in whatever form they wind up taking, with its new scanner-mounted vehicle rather than traditional chalk sticks in the hands of young TCOs.

East Hampton Village will enforce it's parking rules, in whatever form they wind up taking, with its new scanner-mounted vehicle rather than traditional chalk sticks in the hands of young TCOs.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 8, 2021
Citing confusion and concerns by village business owners about plans for new hourly parking fees in the village’s main lots, East Hampton Village Mayor Jerry Larsen has reset the entire... more

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