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The majority of the residential parking stickers have been given out to residents of South Boston, Allston, Brighton, East Boston, Charlestown and the Back Bay, officials said. Proposals to charge between $25 and $100 a year for stickers have been floated. And with about 110,000 parking permits in the city, a fee of $25 would raise about $2.7 million annually, while a $100 charge would bring in nearly $11 million. In a statement, Mayor Martin J. Walsh expressed concerns with charging for residential stickers. “A nominal fee, such as $25 or $50 for resident permit parking, would have a limited impact on freeing up spaces, simply because most people would pay it. What we would find is that this would impact residents who can’t afford to pay for their permit, meaning a policy like this could directly penalize those who make the least and may have few reasonable and affordable alternatives to travel,” Walsh said. Committee Chairwoman Michelle Wu said prior to the meeting, “There’s way too much traffic everywhere. And we know that a significant part of that is also people circling around, looking for parking. Because there are way more resident permits given out than there are parking spots on the streets — there is a better way.” Wu and other councilors also said they’d like to see stepped up enforcement for violators without stickers parking in residential spots.
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