You can park a boat or a trailer in an open space outside your home as long as it’s in a designated parking space.
But what constitutes a parking space? The lawn, a gravel driveway on a side yard, or an asphalt driveway?
These are the type of questions that still need to be answered before the Planning and Zoning Board will move forward with certain recommendations to the town’s property maintenance code.
The Planning and Zoning Board Property Maintenance Code Subcommittee submitted its findings to the planning board at its Tuesday, Feb. 19 regular meeting.
Ultimately, though, the planning board expressed a desire Tuesday to receive further direction from the Longboat Key Town Commission to take a harder look at parking Key-wide.
For more information, pick up a copy of Thursday's Feb. 21 Longboat Observer.
Contact Kurt Schultheis at email@example.com.
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