Fayetteville Backs Up On Block Avenue Parking

Reverse, Angled Parking Could Be Eliminated In The Weeks Ahead

Posted: March 26, 2014 at 5 a.m.

STAFF PHOTO DAVID GOTTSCHALK Cars are parked backed-in and at an angle Tuesday on Block Avenue in Fayetteville. The City Council's Transportation Committee considered two options for eliminating the back-in parking on Block Avenue that exists between Dickson and and Spring streets.

The City Council in the coming weeks will decide what to do about Block Avenue's back-in parking.


Transportation Committee

Fayetteville City Council’s Transportation Committee meets monthly to talk about street, trail and sidewalk projects. Committee members are:

• Adella Gray: Ward 1

• Matthew Petty: Ward 2

• Justin Tennant: Ward 3

• Rhonda Adams: Ward 4

Source: Staff Report

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