I have a store in a small town on the main street. And parking is in front of store on main street. We have three spaces directly in front of store. At times we have several customers in at same time and they park in spaces in front of the space next to us. They are not open they just use it for storage. He came by today and informed us that neither us or our customers can park in front of his place. Can he legally tell us that neither us or our customers can park there. It is a public main street.
Check with your local ordinances in both parking and towing requirements.
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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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