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Mortimer Place businesses in dispute over limited parking spaces | The Daily Advertiser

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A scarcity of parking spaces on Mortimer Place has sparked a dispute between shopkeepers, who are in disagreement over who has more right to the prized parking spots. The dispute comes in the aftermath of last Monday’s council meeting, where councillors approved plans to put 30 minute time restrictions on five parking spaces on that street. IN OTHER NEWS: The street is an industrial hub predominantly used by mechanics, truck-drivers, steelworkers, and a variety of tradies. The time-restricted parking was requested by Riverina Wholesale Bakery owner Jo Carruthers, who said her potential customers were being blocked off by cars and utes that would park in front of her shop all day long. “We’re thankful that council…



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