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Woodside: Bollards inhibit parking along Olive Hill Lane

 

Parking a vehicle in the horse trail along Olive Hill Lane in Woodside has become increasingly difficult, and that's by design.

The town's Public Works Department first installed logs along the trail to discourage parking, but when local residents and the town's Trails Committee complained about the appearance and size of the logs, the department replaced them with redwood bollards, Town Engineer Sean Rose told The Almanac.

The bollards inhibit parking for about 250 feet between Canada Road and the bridge over Dry Creek, Mr. Rose said.

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