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Several councilors at a Committee on Planning, Development and Transportation hearing yesterday expressed frustration with how the city currently gives out unlimited residential parking stickers, but does not charge for those stickers even though some neighborhoods have limited street parking. Councilor Ed Flynn said he’s afraid his South Boston constituents might have to “leave the city” over the daily battles they wage to secure a street parking spot. They are “looking for a parking spot for up to an hour,” Flynn said. “Driving around only to see a spot taken by a car from New Hampshire or Rhode Island.” Councilor Kim Janey said, “Whenever I’m in a vehicle, it takes forever to get from one block to the next, whatever time of day, whatever the weather, whatever day of the week. It’s the new normal.” Currently, people who live in areas with residential parking restrictions have to go to City Hall and prove residency and show their vehicles are registered under their names. Officials yesterday said 240,000 cars are registered in the city. The city has doled out more than 100,000 residential stickers, they said. The majority of the residential parking stickers have been given out to residents of South Boston, Allston, Brighton, East Boston, Charlestown and the Back Bay, officials said. Proposals to charge between $25 and $100 a year for stickers have been floated.
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