St. Francis Manor parking petition gets results

By Matthew McCully
St. Francis Manor parking petition gets results
The City is taking action to improve parking signage on Queen Street following a petition presented to the Lennoxville borough by Manoir St-Francis residents in April. (Photo : Matthew McCully)

In April, residents from Le Renaissance Manoir St-Francis met with Lennoxville Borough President Claude Charron to present a petition regarding cars creating a blind spot for drivers exiting the manor parking lot. The petition was signed by roughly 82 of the manor’s 110 residents. The manor was recently contacted by the City of Sherbrooke and told that action will be taken to improve the signage on Queen Street to clearly identify the no parking zone between the parking exit on Queen Street towards College. See full story in the Monday, Aug. 12 edition of The Record.

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The area as you exit the Manor is a BUS stop and is indicated with no parking signs starting next to RBC.
This does not matter as no one obeys the signs. Must the police be notified everytime there is a car parked
there, and who will call them?