The winter storm parking ban in Hamilton that had been in place since noon on Friday has been lifted.
The announcement was made at 9:20 a.m. on Monday by Town Manager Michael Lombardo.
Vehicles parked on the street were subject to a $15 ticket plus the cost of towing if they were on the street during the ban. Lombardo said that no tickets were handed out and no vehicles were towed during the ban, adding that "residents did a great job" getting vehicles off the roads.
The weekend's parking ban was the first under the town's new wintertime parking ban that used technology such as Connect-CTY telephone calls and e-mails plus the town website and other means to disseminate information about the ban. It was not needed last winter at all because of the nearly snowless winter.
This article was updated at 10:05 a.m. on Monday to indicate that no tickets were handed out and no vehicles were towed during the ban.