Gateway Sun

A source with direct knowledge of the parking situation in Stoneybrook has told the Gateway SunĀ that Alert Protective Services have been ordered to stop enforcing the community’s controversial street parking ban.

Alert is the company that has been contracted by the Home Owner’s Association to provide security services.

Although the Gateway Services District owns Stoneybrook’s streets, the district has no policy against street parking on its roads.

In terms of the “No Street Parking” signs located at the entrance of every side street in Stoneybrook, it appears their fate will be determined by an authority higher than the GSCDD.

Nevertheless, with nobody enforcing a street parking ban – the signs can be safely disregarded.

About Jeff Kuntz

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Editor of the Gateway Sun and owner of restaurant delivery service Florida Food Runner.

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