Godfrey residents are asked to move their vehicles off the street after more than 2 inches of snow falls, so village street crews can safely plow the roadway. There are signs located around the village indicating you will be towed if your car remains on the street, but enforcement has not happened for several years, after the previous administration halted the practice.
Godfrey’s Director of Maintenance wants that policy put back in place. Jim Lewis told the Village Board Tuesday night that Piasa Hills has the largest number of offenders, but a letter from Building and Zoning was recently sent out reminding residents of the law:
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Village Attorney Tom Long will review the current ordinance, and come back with suggestions on how to best enforce the law at the next village board meeting.
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