North Park residents and business owners feud with City Hall over parking space loss

NORTH PARK (KUSI) –  San Diego City Hall says replacing parking spaces along North Park’s popular 30th street in favor of bike lanes is a step in fighting greenhouse emissions.

However, many residents and small business owners claim this will hurt the community.

Councilmember Chris Ward recently told a concerned resident she should “move into an apartment” if she wanted to have a designated parking space at her home.

See the full interaction between Ward and the resident in the video below or click here.

Chris Ward tells 34-year resident to move to an apartment

In response to the residents who are against taking out all the parking along 30th street in North Park, Councilmember Chris Ward says to move somewhere else.Full Story on 30th Street Parking:

Posted by KUSI News on Tuesday, July 9, 2019

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