As a resident of Potters\' Wheel Crescent, Oakville, I neither agree nor support a parking prohibition on the outer curb of the crescent. Moreover the introduction of no parking on the outer curb of Potters Wheel Crescent: -Wastes taxpayers money for unnecessary and unsightly signage; -Does not make a major impact in traffic flow in this low traffic/quiet crescent; -Minimizes the amount of parking space available to friends and family of Potters\' Wheel Crescent residents, while increasing parking aggravation -Does not provide a major benefit for emergency and waste vehicles, as the number of vehicles parked on the street is generally low.
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Debbie & Hugh, Canada6 years ago
Craig Mills, Canada6 years ago Comments: When we had the feedback from the first survey and they talked about the positive percentage that wanted to have a parking prohibition it would have been interesting to know the total number of homes that responded to the survey, if the positive percentage was from everyone on the street then I'd go along with it - but I suspect it wasn't an overwhelming reply. Our family does not want a parking prohibition and feel it's a waste of time, money, and will be cumbersome to residents.
marta, Canada6 years ago
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