Sandbridge Beach: No Cars in Our Yards!

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John Barringer
Jun 30, 2020
I don’t want every street flooded with cars.

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Myrna Maurer
Jun 29, 2020
Residential areas requires adequate space fo street safety for all residents. Private property should not be used for public parking. Other alternative solutions must be found.

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Scott Hinson
Jun 20, 2020
Scott Hinson

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Megan Aukes-Clayton
Jun 19, 2020
The people who own these houses deserve to park in front of them!

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Lyle Phetteplace
Jun 19, 2020
I’m supporting my family.

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Laura Spataro
Jun 19, 2020
Build the promised additional public parking lot and close side street parking! And while at it get NIMMO extended....invest some of our higher tax dollars us Sandbridge residents pay back to improvements that will support our infrastructure and keep us and our visitors safe!

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Tracy Mosley
Jun 19, 2020
Good luck Misty!

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Bartow Bridges
Jun 19, 2020
I pay taxes and want to park on public streets

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Phillip Granger
Jun 19, 2020
I’m tired of the congestion on the streets where I live

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kristine devoge
Jun 19, 2020
Perhaps the city should rectify the storm water drainage on Marlin’s block. We have huge ditches full of unsafe stagnant, fulminating green muck. How about the two large condos on this block the city approved knowingly adding to an outdated already over-taxed vacuum sewer system?? You CHOSE to eliminate a large parking lot that had putt-putt golf family fun in exchange for massive buildings. This lead to compression of the land thereby, foregoing the natural absorption the lot afforded and now our garages/homes flood consistently. The vacuum sewer still doesn’t function properly when it rains. The City leaders, engineers and inspectors need to raise the bar on integrity and resolve these major issues before considering additional parking. In the meantime, the beach goers can frolic and park at the oceanfront where the public lots/garages are structured to accommodate more people.