Poll: Bloomfield Council Looks to Curb Commercial Vehicle Parking
Do you think the township should pass a law preventing businesses from parking their commercial trucks and vehicles overnight in town?
The Bloomfield Council will look curb commercial vehicle parking next week.
The council will consider banning all overnight parking for vehicles with commercial license plates throughout the township at the upcoming council meeting on Jan. 22.
There are lots of business trucks parking on the streets overnight, said township attorney Brian Aloia at the council conference on Tuesday, which is preventing residents with non-commercial cars from parking near their homes.
The council also said the problem has been brought up by residents in particular parts of town.
The proposal will come to the council as an ordinance next, and will need to be passed at two separate council meetings.
What do you think, Bloomfield? Should commercial vehicles be banned from overnight parking? Vote now in the Patch poll below!