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Parking parents cause concerns
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MONROE - A number of complaints about the parking outside of Abraham Lincoln elementary school has led to a new resolution by the city to paint curbs and install signs. Police Chief Fred Kelley said during the public safety committee meeting on Monday that one person in particular, who also uses 13th Avenue and 26th Street to pick up children, had voiced concerns to both the city police department and school officials. The continued complaints led to the decision to draw out yellow lines and place two signs indicating no parking from driveways to the corner of 13th Avenue and 13 1/2 Avenue.