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Year in review: Respect for ethics, renters, pedestrians and neighbors in Woodside

Original post made on Jan 2, 2019

The Woodside Town Council was busy in 2018, acting on ethics code reform, apartment dormers and safe routes to school, among many matters. The council has new members, Town Hall lost a maintenance man, and firefighting officials are re-evaluating plans for a new station.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, December 31, 2018, 5:42 PM

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Posted by Canada resident
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on Jan 2, 2019 at 6:43 pm

Thanks Dave for solid reporting over the year!

As to parking on Marva Oaks Drive, I hope this issue is not closed. Many Canada Rd area residents used to park and hike from there because it's much closer to their homes than the Huddart entrance. It's not about the park entrance fee, but about saving 30 minutes of driving roundtrip when you live really close to the back entrance.

Marva Oaks is a public street and I still find it ridiculous and unethical to prohibit parking on a public street without legitimate reasons, which were not provided.

My 2 cents.


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