The coming and going of pedestrian and vehicle traffic in White Sulphur Springs brought five individuals to City Council on Monday, Sept. 13.
The range of issues includes an in-town shuttle, wayfinding signage, a new walking bridge across Howard Creek, parking lots, Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, the community garden, and aggressive dogs.
ADA Compliance officer Mike McIntire told council that parking is getting more and more crowded and a solution should be in the works.
“We’re beginning to have a parking problem that everyone is aware of. It’s going to get worse. This time next spring, when the new hotel opens up,...