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Free parking in Annapolis garages extended; no parking on snow routes

Baltimore Sun reporter

Annapolis residents may park for free in the city's garages until Thursday morning, city officials said Tuesday. With public works crews continuing to work to widen the passable lines on city streets, vehicles parked on snow emergency routes may be towed, they said.

The free parking at the three downtown garages, which has been in effect for about a week, will end at 8 a.m. Thursday, police spokesman Ray Weaver said.

City spokesman Phill McGowan said officials believe that all city streets were passably by the width of at least one car by Tuesday.

Annapolis Transit will not have service in neighborhoods until the roads are better, Weaver said.

Also, with Public Works still dealing with snow removal, there will be no trash, recycling and yard waste pickups until Thursday, officials said.

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