Poughkeepsie is more than a city; more than a point on a map or a stop on the train. It’s our home. It’s where we work; where we play; where we learn and worship and love.
I entered city government to do my part to help my friends and neighbors and to leave a better city for our children. With your help, I’d like to continue on this journey. I’m Tracy Hermann and I’m running to be your City Councilmen.
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Spotlight Issue: Wilbur Blvd. Parking
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The Common Council was recently advised to revisit the current parking ordinance/regulations along Wilbur, which allow for alternate-street parking along some sections of the Boulevard. The City’s DPW and Engineering Departments, and by the PoliceDepartment’s traffic division, have re-assessed the area and have determined that due to the current volume of traffic, coupled with the narrowness of the street, on-street parking is hazardous and ill advised. As such, the Council is moving to eliminate on-street parking along all sections of Wilbur. Once adopted, parking will no longer be allowed on the street, nor on the tree strip separating the street from the sidewalk.
Please take a moment to review my website, find out about the issues affecting our City and Ward, and what I’ve been doing to serve as voice in City government.