At Tuesday’s Great Falls City Commission meeting, the commissioners voted to postpone the decision on Ordinance 3230, which would have imposed additional parking restrictions on recreational vehicles, utility trailers and vessels along city streets, until the second commission meeting in October.

Commissioner Rick Tryon motioned to postpone the vote after the commission heard more than an hour of public comment, the majority of which opposed the ordinance.

The Montana Code Annotated 61-8-356 already addresses parking along city streets by limiting parking to five days or less. The MCA allows municipal governments to enact more restrictive limitations than what is codified in the MCA.

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