Council approves first reading of zoning ordinance, takes out grass-parking section
There was a packed house at Tuesday’s Osceola City Council meeting with the majority of the people present concerned about the proposed Osceola city ordinance regarding the location of boats, trailers and campers in yards.
However, it was a specific section recently added to the ordinance addressing cars parked on lawns that had the majority of people against the proposed ordinance.
The section about grass parking in the ordinance would not allow personal vehicles, including passenger cars, pickups, vans and sport utility vehicles, to park anywhere on a lawn. Vehicles would have to be parked on a defined driveway, whether it’s gravel, concrete or asphalt.
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