GENESEO — Drivers in Geneseo may no longer have to worry about finding a parking ticket on their windshield this summer, however one vehicle received a typed letter expressing the concerns of a Main Street business owner.
The note asked that the owner of the vehicle, who is assumed to be an employee of a Main Street business, use a different area to park as, “these parking spaces are for customers.”
The vehicle in question was a parked on Main Street outside of Notebook Tech, but it is not clear who placed the note on the vehicle.
Prior to the posting of this note, The Genesee Sun had also received an anonymous email, that stated some Main Street business owners were unhappy with the free parking, as the sender felt that there were too many spaces being used by employees as all day parking.
The concerns about parking on Main Street have come after a decision made by the Geneseo Village Board to halt parking enforcement on Main Street during the summer months. This decision was made on the recommendation of the village parking committee, who felt that there were not enough cars parking on Main Street to require enforcement of the parking meters.