New signage aims to solve Towson parking confusion – baltimoresun.com

2013-05-29T20:08:31+00:00May 29th, 2013|Categories: Press|Tags: , |Comments Off on New signage aims to solve Towson parking confusion – baltimoresun.com

A Towson towing company that faced criticism for its heavy enforcement in privately owned lots that abut Baltimore County lots agreed last week to add new signage to make it clear towing was an option.

“We’ve had a lot of problems with the inadequate signage up there, which caused a lot of confusion with a lot of people,” Nancy Hafford, executive director of the Towson Chamber of Commerce, said.The issue centered on two lots.

One, behind 22 W. Pennsylvania Ave., is permit parking for that building on weekdays until 5 p.m., and paid public parking at all other times. The other, at 27 Allegheny Ave., is also privately owned but allows paid public parking throughout the day.

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