North Plainfield Police Department
Chief William Parenti
October 24, 2014
Street Cleaning Parking Regulations
Mayor Michael Giordano, Business Administrator David Hollod and Chief William Parenti announce that the Street Cleaning parking ordinance is about to go into effect. New parking restriction signs have been installed will be unveiled on October 29, 2014. Chief Parenti stated that after the signs are uncovered, the Police Department will begin an education period for about two weeks followed by strict enforcement.
The Borough Council developed the ordinance #13-02 to amend section 7-3.5, after listening to several residents complain that cars parked on the street were interfering with the efficiency of the street sweeper and or snow plows, Mayor Giordano stated. Business Administrator Hollod said the regulations were designed with two important goals. First, to minimize inconvenience to the public and second to permit the street sweeper and snow plows unobstructed access to clear the roads for our residents. The Ordinance provides for no more than one period of parking prohibition on each side of the street during the week and will not affect all streets in the Borough. The fine for the violation is $27.00.
William G. Parenti
Chief of Police
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