Parking came up at the end of the Indianola City Council’s Monday night meeting, but it was a topic that has raised interest among businesses who both want their customers to be able to park close and to stay as long as they want.

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I would think that the initial notice should be a warning ticket stating the enforcement of the policy. While many people may know of the city 3 hr parking rule, suddenly enforcing it may be why people are caught off-guard.

It may be a good thing to limit the parking time, it should help with construction related issues as well as picketing people, and free up spaces for actual customers.


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