NJ cities enact parking restrictions ahead of snow

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Several New Jersey cities are preparing for the impending snow by enacting parking restrictions.

Cars parked on snow emergency routes were required to be moved by 6 p.m. Sunday in Hoboken. The city offered a reduced daily rate of $5 at some municipal parking lots as an alternative.

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Restrictions were also set in place in Rutherford, where a St. Patrick’s Day parade was also happening.

Parking is banned until 6 a.m. Monday on snow-covered roads in Princeton.

In Montclair, a reminder was sent to home and business owners, to inform them that it is illegal and dangerous to push snow into the streets.

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