Ethan Forman from the Gloucester Daily Times details the results of voting by the City Council’s Planning and Development Committee in Wednesday night’s meeting. The Planning and Development Committee voted on a series of proposed zoning amendments that they will send to the Gloucester City Council to consider.

Gloucester non-resident beach parking is going online. Starting May 18th, Gloucester will be using the online Yodel system. Non-residents can reserve parking spaces through this system and pay for their parking 10 days in advance. No refunds for unused spaces.

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