A look at Aqua Lane in the city of Holmes Beach, one of the streets that would be affected by a parking-by-permit trial program. The Holmes Beach Commission voted 3-2 on Jan. 12 to move forward with the pilot program. Holmes Beach Mayor Bob Johnson vetoed the ordinance in a Jan. 29 letter addressed to the commission. 
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A look at Aqua Lane in the city of Holmes Beach, one of the streets that would be affected by a parking-by-permit trial program. The Holmes Beach Commission voted 3-2 on Jan. 12 to move forward with the pilot program. Holmes Beach Mayor Bob Johnson vetoed the ordinance in a Jan. 29 letter addressed to the commission. AMARIS CASTILLO/Bradenton Herald
A look at Aqua Lane in the city of Holmes Beach, one of the streets that would be affected by a parking-by-permit trial program. The Holmes Beach Commission voted 3-2 on Jan. 12 to move forward with the pilot program. Holmes Beach Mayor Bob Johnson vetoed the ordinance in a Jan. 29 letter addressed to the commission. AMARIS CASTILLO/Bradenton Herald

Holmes Beach Mayor Johnson vetoes parking by permit

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