WARNER ROBINS, Ga. (AP) — Truckers nationwide have railed against a Warner Robins ordinance aimed at banning long-term parking in city lots.
Warner Robins City Council passed an ordinance Tuesday banning trucks from parking for more than two hours without permission from the owner of the lot. Truckers are federally ordered to take 10-hour rest breaks and the city is home to several large industrial companies and a military base.
Councilman Mike Brashear and other city officials told the Telegraph of Macon (http://bit.ly/12Z0ABt) they've received messages from concerned truckers from across the country looking to weigh in on the ordinance.
City officials say the ordinance stemmed from concerns over prostitution and public nuisances. Business owners say that hasn't been a problem.
City officials say they will reach out to truckers at a council meeting Tuesday.