Impact of Residential parking permits on WT? — Brooklynian

Impact of Residential parking permits on WT?

Should Windsor Terrace also ask for Residential Parking permits? Do we want to become Park Slope's backup parking lot? Will it become harder for us to park if the Slopies are coming over and using our streets to park (especially near the subway) and especially with all the new construction? As home-owners, it has been very nice that we can usually park in front of our homes in Windsor Terrace. I would hate to lose that.

Please join Council Member Bill de Blasio, Community Board 7, Friends of Church Avenue, KWT Neighbors, Friends of Greenwood Playground and the Windsor Terrace Alliance to share your ideas on

Residential Parking Permits in a community forum!
Date/Time: Wednesday March 26, 2008, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Place: Shepherds Hall at Holy Name Church
245 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Details: Residential Parking Permit Forum
RSVP: To RSVP please contact:Orcaal76@gmail.com

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  • Subject: Re: Meeting reminder

    WTGirl wrote:

    Please join Council Member Bill de Blasio, Community Board 7, Friends of Church Avenue, KWT Neighbors, Friends of Greenwood Playground and the Windsor Terrace Alliance to share your ideas on

    Residential Parking Permits in a community forum!
    Date/Time: Wednesday March 26, 2008, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Place: Shepherds Hall at Holy Name Church
    245 Prospect Park West
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Details: Residential Parking Permit Forum

    Reminder
    there is a meeting to discuss RPP and Windsor Terrace THIS WEDNESDAY. What will the impact be on OUR neighborhood if the slope gets Residential parking permits and we do not? I think this could be a headache and right now we are not slated for RPP but the slope possibly is.
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