The Marilla Town Board this week voted to install no parking signs at the turnaround on Marian Lane in response to residents complaints that hunters have been leaving their vehicles at the end of the street in the early morning and afternoon.
Marian Lane is a dead-end street between Three Rod and Eastwood roads.
Supervisor Earl Jann said the number of vehicles left at the turnaround has made it impossible for the garbage trucks and dangerous for school buses to maneuver. Because of the congestion, Jann said, "buses have had to back out of the street."
The board also granted a special-use permit to Amber Hart to operate a craft and gift shop at 1886 Two Rod Road.
Ms. Hart previously had applied and received a variance to operate the shop which is not in a business zone, from the Zoning Board of Appeals.
The board will hold assessment grievance settlement night at 6 p.m. Dec. 26 in Town Hall on Two Rod Road.