4-Hour Parking Rejected On Chestnut, Lower Main

4-Hour Parking Rejected

On Chestnut, Upper Main

Restaurateur Brian Wrubleski, right, proprietor of Mel’s At 22, speaks against raising parking limits on upper Main Street and Chestnut (between Main and Lake) from two to four hours at this evening’s meeting of the Cooperstown Village Board. On average, tables turn over every hour and a half, and the higher limit would lock up parking spaces his customers might otherwise use, Wrubleski said. The village trustees then unanimously rejected the local law that would have increased the limit.   From left are Trustee Cindy Falk, Mayor Jeff Katz, Village Administrator Teri Barown, and Trustees Richard Sternberg, Lou Allstadt and Bruce Maxon.  (Jim Kevlin/AllOTSEGO.com)

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