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City trying to resolve club's parking concerns

February 26, 1997

The parking concerns of some Women's Club members might soon be resolved, said Hagerstown City Administrator Bruce Zimmerman.

Parking in the Rochester lot, at the corner of South Prospect and West Washington streets, became a concern for some club members last month when the city replaced 12 of 22 metered parking spaces on the upper level with permit signs.

The change forced some club members to park on the lower level and walk up a steep hill to get to the club at 31 S. Prospect St.

Zimmerman said Tuesday that if the Women's Club prefers, city officials are willing to switch the permit spaces to the lower level and return meters to the upper-level spaces.

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Mayor Steven T. Sager said neighbors should be consulted before parking changes are made.

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