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Francis Street Beach, Children’s Beach, Dionis Beach, Madaket Beach, Surfside Beach, Siasconset Beach, Skate Park - Backus Lane, Tom Nevers, Mill Hill Park, Winter Park and Dead Horse Valley. REQUIRED MEMBERSHIP:

5 members-at-large,

appointed

PARKING PERMITS AND TICKETS SEE POLICE DEPARTMENT

PLANNING BOARD Planning and Land Use Services 2 Fairgrounds Rd. 325-7587 Call for meeting schedule

Barry Rector, Chairman Linda Williams, Vice Chairman Nathaniel Lowell Joseph Marcklinger John F. Trudel, III Alternate members appointed by Board of Selectman for 3 year terms: David Callahan and Carl Borchert Plans for the long-term physical development of the municipality. Reviews applications for lot divisions and subdivisions in accordance with the subdivision control law. Reviews applications for commercial developments, residential developments, and other miscellaneous requests in accordance with the zoning bylaw. REQUIRED MEMBERSHIP:

5 members, elected, 5 year term

POLICE DEPARTMENT ALSO

SEE

NANTUCKET PUBLIC SAFETY

4 Fairgrounds Rd. 228-1212 Crime Tips: 228-3626 Parking Tickets: 325-4138

William Pittman, Police Chief Charles Gibson, Deputy Police Chief • ANIMAL CONTROL The Dog Pound is administered by the Town of Nantucket. Vagrant dogs or other animals or those that are a nuisance can be reported The Police Department issues permits and accepts payment for the following: • TEMPORARY HANDICAP PARKING PERMITS The permit shall be placed on the rear-view

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mirror so as to show TOWN OF NANTUCKET, the permit number and the wheelchair symbol toward the FRONT of the vehicle. The permit is transferable only to the extent that it travels with the person it was issued to and is not assigned to a specific vehicle. The permits are valid for two months. • PARKING PERMITS – RESIDENTS Monday – Saturday 8am – 3pm, beginning June 1 Parking Permits are available to persons owning or renting dwellings that front on streets included in the Residential Parking Permit District. Applicant must show proof of residency such as a lease, tax bill, or driver’s license with Nantucket address within the Residential Parking Permit District AND a valid registration for vehicle to which permit sticker is to be applied. Sticker is to be placed on rear, lefthand bumper. All vehicles parked in Residential Parking District in excess of two hours without a parking sticker, will be ticketed. Core District parking is for a one-hour time period unless otherwise posted. • PARKING TICKET PAYMENTS May be made in person on Wednesdays from 2 - 4pm (June 15 – Sept. 15) and 2 - 3pm (Sept. 15 – June 15) at the Nantucket Town Offices, 2 Fairgrounds Road; placed in a mailbox inside the police station door (postage not required); mailed to the address on the ticket or paid online at www.plymouthcountyparking.com. • PUBLIC BEACH ACCESS STICKERS Required for all vehicles whose drivers wish to access Town-owned portions of beaches. A separate beach access sticker is required for areas north of Wauwinet, including Coatue and Great Point (available from The Trustees of Reservations, Wauwinet Road Gatehouse, 228-0006). Vehicles Registered On-Island: $50 Before June 1st Vehicles Registered Off-Island: $100 before June 1st After June 1st, all permits are $150 regardless of residency.

PRESERVATION INSTITUTE: NANTUCKET - PIN 11 Centre St. 228-2429 Email: pin@dcp.ufl.edu

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