City Council to hear report on senior center parking

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Beth Wheelock
September 21, 2008

Representatives from Janesville's senior center have long said there isn't enough parking at the facility.

Monday the city council hears a report on a parking study conducted by the city. The report concludes, "Because there is sufficient parking on average, it is likely that the parking demand experienced during extreme peaks can be alleviated and minimized through the management of programming and special activities."

Don Allison, president of the senior center board, says the senior center is only open certain hours and schedules some programming around meal times. He says he's talked to the city manager, the planning department and the city council about the problem. He says there isn't much more he can do to help.

The city council will also hear public comments about senior center parking Monday.

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