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Proposition Nine: Parking Enforcement

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette If a majority of Municipality voters approve of Proposition 9, Girdwood Board of Supervisors (GBOS) will be able to designate a police department for parking enforcement. Passing Prop. 9 will give GBOS the authority to address abandoned and illegally parked vehicles as well as making sure fire trucks can pass through congested streets during the three busiest times of the year - Slush Cup, Forest Fair and New Years Eve.

Proposition Nine: Parking Enforcement

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette If a majority of Municipality voters approve Proposition 9, Girdwood Board of Supervisors (GBOS) will be able to designate a police department for parking enforcement. Passing Prop. 9 will give GBOS the authority to address abandoned and illegally parked vehicles as well as making sure fire trucks can pass through congested streets during the three busiest times of the year - Slush Cup, Forest Fair and New Years Eve.

Marc Donadieu / Glacier City Gazette
If a majority of Municipality voters approve Proposition 9, Girdwood Board of Supervisors (GBOS) will be able to designate a police department for parking enforcement. Passing Prop. 9 will give GBOS the authority to address abandoned and illegally parked vehicles as well as making sure fire trucks can pass through congested streets during the three busiest times of the year – Slush Cup, Forest Fair and New Years Eve.


 


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