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County explores tying parking requirements to development density

The county kicked off a month-long series of town halls in November, courting pubic feedback on its first comprehensive parking review in decades.  Public hearings are slated to begin in the fall following community engagement on the draft proposal this summer.

“It is recognized that driving a car will continue to be common activity and that parking will continue to be necessary,” a March county memo says. “However, parking should be considered with other community and personal values.”

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