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Posted on: June 17, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Town Council Public Hearing - Proposed Parking Regulation Changes on University Drive South

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In accordance with General Bylaws Sec. 3.14, and the Town Council Policy Regarding the Control and Regulation of the Public Ways, the Town Council will hold a VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING on Monday, June 29, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. 

To participate in the Virtual Public Hearing via Zoom, go to https://amherstma.zoom.us/j/94713853213 to indicate you wish to speak, click “Raise Hand” and the Council President will recognize you.

To participate in the Virtual Public Hearing via telephone, dial (646) 879-9923 or (301) 715-8592; enter Webinar ID: 947 1385 3213; when prompted to enter participant number, press #; to indicate you wish to speak, press *9 and the Council President will recognize you.

The Council will review and act on changes requested by UDrive South, LLC, specifically to regulate future parking being constructed in accordance with ZBA 2020-26 Special Permit, as follows:

Eight (8) metered parallel, on-street spaces along University Drive South, timing of metering to be determined at a future date and twelve (12) off-street parking spaces in the dead-end space off of University Drive South, to be regulated 8:00 am – 5:00 pm for use by visitors to the building known as One University Drive South, located at 348 Northampton Road (Map 13D/Lot 19); and properties identified as University Drive South (Map 13D/Lots 56 & 57) and Snell Street (Map 13D/ Lot 55) and to be regulated as permit parking 5:00 pm – 8:00 am for residents of the building known as One University Drive South, located at 348 Northampton Road (Map 13D/Lot 19); and properties identified as University Drive South (Map 13D/Lots 56 & 57) and Snell Street (Map 13D/ Lot 55).

Residents are welcome to express their views during the hearing or in writing regarding the proposed regulations. 

Written comments may be sent to towncouncil@amherstma.gov or mailed to:

Town Council 

4 Boltwood Avenue

Amherst, MA 01002

The above-referenced General Bylaws are available here, and the Town Council Policy Regarding the Control and Regulation of the Public Ways is available here.

If you have questions, please reach out to Clerk of the Council Athena O’Keeffe, at okeeffea@amherstma.gov or call (413) 259-3209.

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