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Revere Beach Parking Meters Removed

SPRING (CBS) — Workers have been removed one by one at parking kiosks, months after the Department of Conservation and Recreation placed them along River Beach.

The I-Team revealed that many residents said the process was unfair, declaring that the state’s policy on parking during the pandemic lacked clarity and lacked information about the community affected by COVID. is affected by

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Anger over DCR’s metered parking program sparked protests and a few days after our investigation, the DCR-I-team agreed to provide some parking spaces for residents.

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But the injury and investigation are ongoing. Just a few weeks ago, the Legislature introduced a bill that would require DCR to obtain city or state council approval before accessing public street parking.

The bill, which Governor Charlie Baker tried to intervene and failed to do so, became effective immediately and prevented the state from bringing charges against Carr.

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The DCR has said that this is a proposed seasonal removal and has nothing to do with the legislation, which the DCR says needs to be reviewed.

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