SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — A push to repeal South Bend's ordinance regulating lawn parking during Notre Dame's home football games has been temporarily delayed by a council member's absence.
The Common Council tabled the measure Monday because council member Karen White couldn't attend Monday's meeting. Council member Gavin Ferlic says White asked for the continuance because she wants to take part in the discussion.
Ferlic introduced the bill on behalf of residents in the Wooded Estates neighborhood who feel the ordinance enacted in 2007 is burdensome and creates problems for homeowners.
The South Bend Tribune reports some residents feel the ordinance has become an excuse for the city to ticket residents on game days.
About 60 Wooded Estates residents have signed a petition asking the council to repeal the law.
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