The Tonawanda Town Board voted unanimously this week to remove outdated street signs that restricted parking on Wednesdays on the north side of Thorncliff Road, between Jewell Street and Colvin Boulevard.
Chief of Police Jerome Ushold told the Town Board on Monday that residents had contacted the police department to request the signs be removed.
"The (signs) are only for one day to facilitate street sweeping and leaf pickups, but the highway department doesn't do it on a schedule like that anymore. They just post a schedule with paper signs," said Ushold. "The residents would like for (the no parking signs) to come down and we are recommending that they are."
The town had a public hearing on the issue to remove the signs last month and there was no public comment.