By Grace Mayer
FRAMINGHAM – Safety concerns related to parking at the gas station located on 22 Waverly Street will be discussed at the next Framingham Traffic Commission meeting to be held in June.
Framingham Traffic Commission Chair William Sedewitz pushed discussion on this issue from the mayo to the June meeting as no one from the gas station was present to discuss the matter on Tuesday night, May 25.
Vehicles using on-street parking in front of the gas station have made it difficult for cars to exit the gas station parking lot.
Parking lot data collected by the Framingham Traffic Commission throughout May noted that a car has had trouble exiting the station, but the lot has remained relatively empty during the periods of data collection.
Grace Mayer is a senior at Boston College studying marketing and journalism. She is also the head arts editor for Boston College’s newspaper, The Heights, where she’s covered the arts beat for three years. She is excited to report on a variety of beats for Framingham SOURCE this summer. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.