Parking ban in effect tonight, Thursday night

&quotIt's a good thing school was canceled, so he can help me shovel snow," said Jason Rossignol (left) of his son Dominick (right) as the pair cleared the several inches of overnight snowfall from the family's Bangor driveway on Wednesday. Buy Photo
BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY KEVIN BENNETT
"It's a good thing school was canceled, so he can help me shovel snow," said Jason Rossignol (left) of his son Dominick (right) as the pair cleared the several inches of overnight snowfall from the family's Bangor driveway on Wednesday. Buy Photo
Posted Jan. 20, 2010, at 1:47 p.m.
&quotI'm going to be here all day, just puttering back and forth," said Royal Henderson as he used his snowblower to clear snow from his driveway after the overnight snowfall of several additional inches in Bangor on Wednesday. Buy Photo
BANGOR DAILY NEWS PHOTO BY KEVIN BENNETT
"I'm going to be here all day, just puttering back and forth," said Royal Henderson as he used his snowblower to clear snow from his driveway after the overnight snowfall of several additional inches in Bangor on Wednesday. Buy Photo
A sign advertising snow removal adorns a telephone pole at the corner of Stillwater Avenue and Broadway in Bangor on Wednesday, Jan.20, 1020. Area schools were canceled and traffic slowed around town as residents dug out from Tuesday night's snow storm.
(Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)
A sign advertising snow removal adorns a telephone pole at the corner of Stillwater Avenue and Broadway in Bangor on Wednesday, Jan.20, 1020. Area schools were canceled and traffic slowed around town as residents dug out from Tuesday night's snow storm. (Bangor Daily News/Kevin Bennett)

BANGOR — A parking ban is in effect Wednesday night, Jan. 20, starting at 11 p.m. through Thurs-day, Jan. 21 at 6 a.m. Bangor police said, Wednesday. They will extend the ban into Thursday night and Friday morning during the same hours.

They advise motorists not to park on any city street as Public Works will be clearing roadways of snow and ice. “At Public Works’ request, if you are parked on any city street during those hours, you will be ticketed and towed,” police said.

More information is available on the City of Bangor’s Web site www.bangormaine.gov/ or on its Face-book page.

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