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Asphalt, gravel, and concrete are for parking ... seeded areas are not. The exception may be special events where the city is having a festival and the parking is adjacent on flat seeded areas. Swales should be off limits, no matter where, no matter when. If the city wants to lay in drainage piping, fill in the swales and then brick or pave the area for parking (with meters) that's fine.
Otherwise, the grass looks like heck, there's ruts after rain, and it starts looking like a ghetto.
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