Officials devising ordinance to kick unregistered vehicles to the curb

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Parking woes have alienated Idaho Springs residents

By Ian Neligh

Idaho Springs officials are planning to research and devise an ordinance to keep unregistered motor vehicles out of public parking spaces along city streets.

Council members worked to find a solution to that problem along with other parking issues during the Feb. 26 work session, although no major silver bullet presented itself.

Mayor Mike Hillman brought up the topic because of complaints of vehicles taking up too many parking spaces in residential areas. The city cannot restrict the number of vehicles or fleet vehicles parked along the streets.

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