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NEW: Storm May Bring Early Winter Parking Bans in Central Mass

Wednesday, November 07, 2012

 

The City of Leominster is preparing to institute its winter parking ban, and other towns may as well if the impending nor'easter drops enough snow on Central Mass.

According to a tweet from the Leominster Police Department's twitter handle @LeominsterPD, the winter parking ban could commence tonight with a snow storm of at least three inches.

According to Leominster's Municipal Code, "The winter parking ban commences on December first, or the date of the first snow storm with an accumulation of at least three inches, whichever comes first…"

The City of Worcester's stance is simply that "You can expect the winter parking ban to go into effect whenever inclement weather is forecasted," or after December 1st. As of now, Worcester's Department of Public Works and Parks has not declared the winter parking ban in effect, but is advising residents to check its Facebook page for updates.

 

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