Council delays vote on off-street parking

LYNDEN ­— Two neighbors gave opinions and the City Council asked questions of staff, but for now any change in off-street parking rules is back to a committee. No one was present at Monday’s council meeting representing Dari-Tech, the business whose employee parking on North Eighth Street started the process. In public hearing, residents David…

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