Vehicle habitation on Brighton Avenue has long rankled residents, who are now considering an overnight parking ban on one side of the street and permit parking on the other.   David Briggs
To address the problems in Bolinas brought by people living in vehicles or leaving them on public roads for weeks or months on end, Supervisor Dennis Rodoni has suggested a ban on overnight parking on two downtown streets.   The supervisor unveiled the proposal—which may appear as an advisor

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