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Peace Dale patrons and businesses take note!

Local attorney, Don Packer, has purchased the former Scuncio Motors property in Peace Dale and is offering free parking to local patrons and businesses.

AN OPEN INVITATION TO PEACE DALE

NEIGHBORS AND BUSINESSES

I have owned property and operated a business in the Peace Dale Flats

since 1989. In the early years, I do not recall having such difficulty in

finding parking as I do on a regular basis today. After a long time trying,

I have finally been able to acquire the vacant Lot between Farmer’s and

Rocky Brook at 519 High Street.

It is my intention to open the Lot to Peace Dale businesses for parking.

I hope those owners and employees of our businesses, with little or no

off street parking, will use the opportunity to park in the Lot to open up

street parking, and the Town lot, for our customers, clients and patrons.

Certainly invite your customers, clients and patrons to also use the Lot.

At this time, I am not planning on lighting or plowing the Lot. I will wait

to see if, and how, it is used. If anyone has plowing equipment available

to them, or knows of someone who is willing to contribute to the Peace

Dale business community by plowing the Lot, it certainly would be

appreciated.

*** PARKING WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK ***

*** NO OVERNIGHT PARKING WILL BE ALLOWED ***

*** VEHICLES LEFT OVERNIGHT WILL BE TOWED ***

I hope that all who use the Lot will help police it for litter.

If anyone has any questions about the use of the Lot, please reach out

to me. I am committed to help Peace Dale be a vibrant neighborhood

business and community center.

Donald J Packer, Esq

Rodman Square

1220 Kingstown Road

Peace Dale, Rhode Island

401-789-4887

djpacker@gmail.com

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