Downtown advocates battle perceptions about parking



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Including public lots, on-street parking and private parking, the downtown area has more than 1,700 parking places, according to an analysis by city officials. Some business owners %u2013 particularly on the courthouse square %u2013 suggest that figure is deceiving because of the relative lack of parking in their part of downtown. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — With an ambitious revitalization plan that envisions busy sidewalks and thriving storefronts, downtown advocates are just starting to confront one of the issues that has confounded city leaders for years:

Is there enough parking downtown?

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