Egg Harbor officials are learning about the unintended consequences with the popularity of some of its new businesses. Last week, village administrator Ryan Heise summarized a number of parking concerns that have crept up in recent years as on-street parking near businesses became scarcer and started to spill into lots of neighboring businesses. It also covered the results from a parking study completed in June recommending the village look into creating more parking or manage its current inventory more efficiently. Heise says it is a good problem to have, but it still needs to be addressed.
He also says he is looking into how the villages of Ephraim and Sister Bay handle their parking situations this summer for additional ideas.