Council Member Conti introduced the following:Resolution Number 37.62.12R RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL ADOPTING PERMITPARKING ZONE BOUNDARIES AND STREET DESIGNATIONS INACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE VIII OF CHAPTER 359 OF THE CODE OFTHE CITY OF ALBANYWHEREAS,
Article VIII of Chapter 359 of the Code of the City of Albany, asadded by Ordinance 46.72.11, provides for establishment of a permit parking system withinthree zones; and
section 359-74 of Chapter 359 defines such zones as:Zone A: those neighborhoods generally west of the Empire State Plaza andconsisting of designated streets within the neighborhoods identified asCenter Square, Hudson/Park, Park South and Washington Park;Zone B: those neighborhoods generally east of the Empire State Plaza andsouth of State Street and consisting of designated streets within theneighborhoods identified as Mansion and Pastures;Zone C: those neighborhoods generally east of the Empire State plaza andnorth of State Street and consisting of designated streets within theneighborhoods identified as Ten Broeck Triangle;Which zones the Common Council shall more clearly define, and from time to timemay amend, along with streets designated as permit only within such zones, by resolutionduly adopted; and
the number of spaces designated as permit parking only are limited to2,750 to be allocated among Zones A, B and C.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED,
that the boundaries of Zone A shall be as follows:Zone A shall commence beginning at a point in the centerline of RobinStreet where it is intersected by the centerline of Morris Street; runningthence northerly along the centerline of Robin Street to the point of intersection with the centerline of Madison Avenue; thence northerlythrough a portion of Washington Park to the point of intersection with thecenterline of the southerly end of Englewood Place; thence northerly alongthe centerline of Englewood Place to the point of intersection with thecenterline of State Street; thence northerly along the centerline of RobinStreet to the point of intersection with the centerline of Washington