Lake Jackson water tower

A Lake Jackson water tower as seen from Dunbar Park in Lake Jackson on May 26.

LAKE JACKSON — An ordinance restricting parking in residential yards is headed to committee to determine what, if any, parts of the law need to be updated.

Among the stipulations creating issues is what constitutes an approved improved surfaces. As Section 98-157 of the ordinance is written, an improved surface simply needs to be “graded and paved with an all-weather surface,” but it doesn’t specify the size of the improved surface.

Teresa Dowling is the news editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0154.

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