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NEW: Fitchburg Winter Parking Ban in Effect at 7PM Tonight

Monday, January 28, 2013

 

With snow continuing to fall on Central Mass, the City of Fitchburg has announced that a snow emergency and winter parking ban will go into effect at 7p.m. Monday evening.

The parking ban will remain in effect until 7a.m. Tuesday morning.

According to the City of Fitchburg's website, "parking is not allowed on city streets during the parking ban, and vehicles violating the ban are subject to fines and towing at the owner's expense. The ban will be adjusted if weather conditons allow. Property owners are also reminded that sidewalks abutting their property must be cleared of snow and ice."

A declared winter parking ban in Worcester went into effect at 4p.m.

A winter weather advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service and will be in effect for Southern Worcester County until 6a.m. Tuesday, with one to two inches of snow expected.

 

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