Skip to main content

Handicapped parking again cut on residential streets

October 8, 2012

Photo by Ted Lutz Jean Swanson of 323 Kearney St. stands and speaks Monday at a meeting of the Kane Borough Council. The standing-room-only crowd at the meeting included more than 25 borough residents.

Reserved handicapped parking on residential streets in Kane has been eliminated-- again.
The Kane Borough Council voted 5-2 Monday to repeal an ordinance covering residential handicap parking spaces.
Council President Howard Kane joined with Councilwoman Janet Bard and Councilmen Harold Hallberg, Bill Tunall and Dennis Drost to repeal the ordinance adopted in June. Councilwoman Holly Harris and Councilman John Gentilman cast the lone negative votes.
Council in April voted to eliminate reserved parking for handicapped on residential streets. However, council in May introduced legislation to revised its ordinance and allow the parking spaces for handicapped.

The Johnsonburg Ramettes won a match between two struggling teams on Tuesday night in the Wolves’...
The 16th annual Steve Jerman Memorial 5K Run & 2 Mile Walk was held on Saturday, Oct. 18, in...
In a scene that has become all too familiar to Kane Wolves’ football fans, Friday night’s game with...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes