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October 3rd

Not a simple parking job

October 3, 2011

The issue of diagonal parking has yet to find a permanent spot on the city’s project roster as Colville City Council members contested what some saw as increasing costs to attempts to convert Main Street away from parallel parking at last Tuesday’s council meeting.
Since Colville’s Main Street is actually federal Highway 395 and managed by the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), some council members felt that the procedures WSDOT required the city to go through to re-instate diagonal parking were too costly.

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