The City of Buffalo hosted a public workshop at City Hall Monday evening to discuss and gather public input on proposed changes to city code pertaining to parking and other traffic issues.
A number of citizens and downtown business owners attended and asked questions and made suggestions on how to better define some of the wording of the proposed changes.
Some business owners were concerned with how the changes would affect their businesses and customers and also raised concerns that some businesses may be violating the existing code already and wanted to know how parking issues would be dealt with in the future.
Other suggestions included painting stripes on Main Street to designate parking spots and installing signage to direct motorists to alternative parking on adjacent streets or near Prosinski Park.
Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess explains more about the Ordinance process.
The new Ordinances will be introduced at Tuesday's city council meeting which begins at 5pm at City Hall.
To read the Ordinance changes as proposed, click here: