The Ross Township Board of Commissioners plan to vote at their Nov. 19 meeting on a proposal to ban parking on the entire length of Fairley Road.
Pamela Heck, who lives at 100 Fairley Road, asked the Ross commissioners on Oct. 1 to make the entire road a no-parking zone, because of an ongoing dispute with a neighbor who she said had been parking a large, white van directly in front of her mailbox.
Complaints about Bill Ansell's vehicles from other neighbors prompted the Ross commissioners to extend the no parking zone along Fairley road in August.
Commissioner Peter A. Ferraro said after years of disputes in the neighborhood, a no-parking ban may be the only way to solve the problems.
"In their report, police indicate they have responded to 49 parking complaints and two crashes," he said. "I think this is one of the best resolutions to the problem, and the last thing we can do."
Police Chief Robert Bellan told the board that other residents of Fairley Road understand why the ban is necessary.
"The corrections that the board did earlier this year solved one neighbors problem but have made just a horrible situation for another neighbor." he said. "The neighbors understand this, they've made arrangements with Eden Christian Academy, which is located nearby, that when they have visitors over or parties at the house, Eden is allowing them to use their parking lot."