More than a dozenare parked in front of City’s 25th Avenue businesses on any day, a report said.
It’s a typical event taking place for some time now, as more and more people choose to live invehicles.
The stretch of road known as the Okanagan Landing has the most significant number of . However, there are different areas in town that are frequented by these vehicles.
Certain homeowners and businesses are getting tired of being blocked by the. Semi-truck drivers, employees, and customers are in a race with the to get free spots.
Vernon’s RCMP about potential inspections for the to ensure they are mechanically safe to use on roads.compliance department reached out to
“The RCMP indicated that the request could be accommodated in mid-October and would also include the attendance and expertise of Commercial Vehicle and Enforcement (CVSE),” city staff said in a report to the council.
Coun. Brian Quiring is putting forward an agenda item at the October 12 meeting, requesting amendments to the bylaws to restrictvehicles from establishing and using jacks and slides on roads.
Quiring stated that, while many vehicles are moved in 48 hours as per, he’s concerned about the condition of many vehicles that he sees don’t appear to be “roadworthy,” and recommended that some kind of inspection procedure be done be implemented.
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