The Rosemary District will have 100 new parking spaces available just in time for the weekend.
Crews working for the city of Sarasota started replacing traffic lines for parallel parking spaces March 7. There will be 70 new parking spaces on Lemon Avenue between Fruitville Road and 9th Street, and 30 new spaces on 4th Street between Central Avenue and Orange Avenue by tomorrow evening, said City Public Information Officer Jan Thornburg.
The bolstered parking plan grew out of a December community workshop about economic development within the Rosemary District.
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