With Cruisin’ Ocean City a week away, the Police Commission on Monday will stay the course and keep the resort’s trailer-parking enforcement policy intact.
Police Chief Ross Buzzuro told the commission that sticking with the plan would mean giving officers the power to use discretion on when to give someone the $250 ticket for parking a trailer on public streets or parking lots without a permit between May 1 to Oct. 31. No trailers are allowed to park on Baltimore Avenue, no matter what time of year.
“We look at each violation to see if it’s a true violation, and the officer can handle it accordingly,” he said. Buzzuro also addressed earlier arguments about dividing officers’ focus. “The extra time officers spend there will be used to see if a situation is occurring.”