Fretting about where to stow the relatives' cars while they bunk with you this week? No problem, the City of South Pasadena has gotten into the holiday spirit.
From Nov. 21-26, vehicle owners will not be cited for leaving their cars on city streets, an action that ordinarilly requires a city permit if a person parks over night. Municpal code limits the parking of motor vehicles on streets to one-half hour between the hours of 2-6 a.m.
However, the city warns, the exemption does not cover a vehicle that has parked in one spot on any public roadway for more than 72 hours. Those vehicles will be cited, according to the city's Neighborhood Watch Newsletter.