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No parking on several streets around Brooklin High School

Whitby has implemented no parking on several streets around Brooklin High School, according to the town mayor.

Council has approved an amendment to the town’s Traffic By-law to implement a permanent ‘no parking’ restriction on residential streets near Brooklin High School between 8 am and 3 pm Monday to Friday from September to June, said Mayor Elizabeth Roy in her January newsletter.

The amendment applies to Braddock Court, Whitmore Court, and Leithridge Crescent.

This is similar to restrictions in place on residential streets surrounding Henry Street High School and Anderson Collegiate Vocational Institute.

The change is in response to community concerns about students parking unsafely on residential streets, the statement said.

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