LANCASTER - Several residents of Danville Street showed at Monday's City Council meeting where a petition was presented to members in opposition to a recent inquiry about restricting the area to no parking on the roadside.
Mayor Don Rinthen said some concern had been voiced over the tight squeeze on Danville Street due to residents parking on both sides. Some motorists had said they had a hard time getting through on the road because of the parked vehicles.
Council member Evan Seagraves said he had heard of the concern, but those individuals had not shown up at the last two regular meetings to voice anything.
Resident William Begley, of 216 Danville St., told the council if the 25 mile an hour speed limit were being observed on the road, it wouldn't be an issue. He said if the larger trucks would slow down that drive through, other motorists would not be at risk.