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Somersworth issues parking ban Tuesday


SOMERSWORTH – As a precaution, the city implemented a 12-hour parking ban which began Tuesday at noon.


Aside from the downtown area, vehicles parked along city streets will be ticketed or towed during the snow emergency period, according to a release.

While students were released from school at noon, no snow-related accidents or incidents have occurred, according to police.

For more information, visit www.somersworth.com or contact Jennifer Nalley at Public Works, at 692-4266 or email Jennifer at jnalley@somersworth.com.

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