Supervisors push back Hart Park parking fee for three months

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After a lengthy public hearing on Tuesday afternoon, the Kern County Board of Supervisors voted to push a decision about a parking fee at Hart Memorial Park for three months to give more time to study the matter and provide a strategic plan for the county’s parks.

The motion to move the matter back, until at least April, was made by Supervisor Mick Gleason after nearly two hours of public comments. Supervisor Mike Maggard provided the second on the motion and the item was approved 4-0 , with Supervisor David Couch absent.

Kern County Board of Supervisors Meeting, Feb. 7

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