Who owns the parking spots in front of store on a main street in a small town?
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If it's a public street then likely the City regulates parking use as part of its "health, safety and welfare" mandate. Start by contacting the City Secretary to ask your question: http://clydetexas.us/city/departments/city_secretary.
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Check with your local ordinances in both parking and towing requirements.
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