New Restrictions on Game Day Parking Passes Gainesville City Commission
GAINESVILLE - Game day parking could see some changes next football season.
In a 4 to 3 vote the Gainesville City Commission passed new rules and restrictions for parking.
Those rules include new permits for those who park vehicles on private property during home football games, but some at the meeting worried the new rules would impede on all parking in the city.
However, the argument was made that the new regulations only apply to home football games and on property on and around UF.
Others argued that UF's property technically extends to the downtown area, where some voiced concern about the Farmer's Market falling under the new rules.
This point of contention was not hammered out, however, as the motion passed.
Todd Chase, Ed Braddy, and Yvonne Hinson-Rawls were the votes in dissent.
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