Development residents to pay for parking paving

February 23, 1994

Property owners in several sections of the Cloverberry development in Taneytown will have to pay the city for paving their private parking spots.

The residents of Berry and Clover courts who have parking spaces deeded to their property will be charged $62.50 for each spot they own when the city paves the lots, the City Council decided Feb. 14 during a monthly council meeting.

The amount may be paid in full at the time of the work, paid in increments over three years or assessed with the resident's city taxes, said Linda M. Hess, city clerk-treasurer.

The parking lots will be repaved by the city in the spring.

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