Plymouth talks about banning lawn-parking

    It’s illegal to park in your driveway in Philadelphia, though not typically enforced.

    In Plymouth, council is considering instituting fines for parking on your lawn. And that would be enforced.

    Council began considering Monday ways to prevent the junkyard look, as one council member put it, that happens when people begin parking on their lawns — and then leaving their cars there.

    The Times-Herald reports the matter will be tabled until some clearer language can be devised so residents know when and where they can park.

    Feed the Feed: Should a government be able to regulate where you park on personal property?

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