Cortland Common Council will meet tomorrow night at 7:00, where city leaders will continue discussing the potential of allowing overnight parking on Hubbard Street.
A group of residents petitioned for the change in mid-July, citing overcrowding and a lack of spaces in the area.
They hope to remove the current overnight parking restriction and instead move to a conditional, odd-even permit system that could also be developed into a pilot for potential use in other parts of the city.
The letter was authored by former 5th ward alderman Adam Megivern and contained 35 other signatures.
Also at tomorrow night’s meeting:
- Council will consider entering into an agreement with Fisher Associates for the Main Street Utility Improvement Project.
- Consideration will be made on enacting a Mayor’s Executive Order regarding the enforcement of Covid 19 related cautions, including the assembly of people, social distancing and the wearing of masks.
- More discussion on the city’s policy for the painting of sidewalks/curbs/streets.
- Update on Cortland Forward Committee and the city’s COVID-19 response.
Stay tuned with WXHC for more coverage on tomorrow night’s meeting.