Trustees approved new amendments Tuesday that turn past practice into law, making parking free on weekends, holidays and weekdays after 10:30 a.m. at the commuter lots the village runs.
- Joe Vince
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The Tinley Park Village Board put into law Tuesday a practice that's been common when it comes to regulating the commuter parking lots the village runs near the Oak Park Avenue and 80th Avenue Metra stations. READ: Police Dept. Could Sell Vintage Machine Guns it Owns for Big Bucks Trustees unanimously approved amendments to the village's municipal code at the board's Tuesday, Dec. 4, meeting that makes commuter parking free in certain circumstances. Historically, the village hasn't enforced parking restrictions in these situations. The amendments would let commuters park without a permit or paying a fee in the following cases: To park in the station lots, commuters can purchase a permit on a quarterly basis or pay a $1.50 daily fee with …
Amendments to the ordinances dealing with Tinley Park commuter lots would waive fees on holidays, weekends and weekdays after 10:30 a.m. Currently, the village doesn't enforce parking restrictions during those times.
- Joe Vince
Friday, November 16, 2012
Call it words needing to speak as loud as actions when it comes to proposed amendments to the Tinley Park ordinances regulating the commuter parking lots the village runs near the Oak Park Avenue and 80th Avenue Metra stations. READ: Proposed Gas Station-Car Wash Put on Hold by Will County Committee The planned changes would make parking free in certain circumstances, codifying enforcement practices that are already in place. To park in the station lots, commuters can purchase a permit on a quarterly basis or pay a $1.50 daily fee with cash or special tokens that can be purchased at the Village Clerk's office or at the Tinley Park Police station. The amendments would let drivers park without a permit or paying the fee in the following …