WILTON — Selectmen will hear from local residents on proposed changes to the town’s Parking and Traffic Ordinance during a public hearing set for at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 1, at the town office.

The public hearing, originally scheduled for Jan. 18, was postponed due to weather.

Representing a committee that has worked to update the ordinances, Chairman Doug Hiltz  brought suggestions before the board at the Jan. 4 meeting.

The committee proposes changing Main Street parking hours and banning overnight parking year-round on any roads in Wilton. Some other changes proposed would eliminate two parking spaces in front of the Civil War memorial monument, not allow any U-turns, limit parking on Depot Street and raise parking infraction fees.

After employees at Wilton Free Public Library raised their concerns about parking changes on Main Street during the earlier meeting, the board opted to hear what other residents thought before making any decisions.

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