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City of Burlington: In the Year Two Thousand Twenty-two, A Regulation in Relation to Rules and Regulations of the Traffic Commission— Section 7A. Accessible spaces designated. 

Sponsor(s): Department of Public Works

Action: __Approved___

Date: ___03/16/2022___

Attestation of Adoption: Phillip Peterson, EI

Public Works Engineer, Technical Services

Published: 04/13/22

Effective: 05/04/22

It is hereby Ordained by the Public Works Commission of the City of Burlington as follows:

That Appendix C, Rule and Regulations of the Traffic Commission, Section 7A, Accessible spaces designated, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Burlington is hereby amended as follows:

Section 7A Accessible spaces designated.

No person shall park any vehicle at any time in the following locations, except automobiles displaying special handicapped license plates issued pursuant to 18 V.S.A. § 1325, or any amendment or renumbering thereof:

(1)-(89) As written.

(90) On the north side of North Street in the first space east of School Street. Reserved.

(91)-(173) As written.

** Material stricken out deleted.

*** Material underlined added.

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