Parking remains banned along Annapolis snow routes

16 vehicles towed

parking free at three city garages

February 11, 2010|By Andrea F. Siegel | Baltimore Sun reporter

Parking on Annapolis's snow emergency routes remained banned on Thursday, as city crews continued to plow.

So far, 16 vehicles parked on snow emergency routes have been towed to the City Dock parking lot, Annapolis police spokesman Ray Weaver said.

Free parking for city residents remains available at the three city garages until further notice, he said. Officials have asked that residents keep their cars off the street so that plows can get through.

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