The Board of Aldermen heard a report from the Master Parking Plan Advisory Committee at a work session on Tuesday and decided to let a newly constituted board make any decisions, with a public hearing to be held in January.

Four new aldermen take their seats in mid-December, and they will outnumber the three incumbents who held on to their seats in the October municipal elections.

Rather than committing the city to something major by a board that will substantially change in a few weeks, aldermen decided to hold off making any further decisions.

Check previous New Bern Post articles for specifics about the parking advisory committee’s recommendations.

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