Stephen Turnham. "NEWS NEAR YOU :[FINAL
Edition]. " The Washington Post (pre-1997
Fulltext) [Washington, D.C.] 26
Dec. 1991,v04. Washington
Copyright The Washington Post Company Dec
PARKING FEES TO START JAN. 2
After six months of providing free parking at the new municipal
parking garage in the center of Leesburg, the town will begin
charging a parking fee Jan. 2.
The new charges for parking in the four-level, 387-space garage
will be 50 cents an hour, up to a daily maximum of $4.
Monthly parking permits are now available from the Finance
Department, located in the town’s Municipal Center, for $40 a
month. Permit holders will be assigned a numbered space on the
lower level of the garage.
Leesburg is also starting up a "Park and Shop" validation
program, where local businesses can offer free parking to customers
and clients. A book of 100 validation stamps will cost businesses
$25, but the first book will be given out free. Each stamp is worth
one hour of free parking.
TOWN PLAN COMMITTEE NAMED
Before breaking for the holidays, the Leesburg Town Council
named 13 town residents, business leaders and town officials to the
Town Plan Amendment Citizens Advisory Committee.
The committee will be charged with reviewing Leesburg’s
four-year-old Comprehensive Plan and submitting a list of
recommendations to the council. State law requires that Leesburg
review the plan, which guides development in the town, every five
The committee members are Barbara Anderson, Stephen Axeman, Mike
Banzhaf, Karen Jewell, Chuck Jones, Kim Jordan, Eric Mullis, Joseph
Paciulli and Rocky Westfall. Council member William Webb and
Planning Commissioner Robert Atland also will serve on the