Why can't I feed the meter to continue parking in a space beyond the posted time limits?

Curbside parking is the most convenient parking available for visitors and patrons in a business district. Time limits are enforced to encourage turnover and to help leave spaces open for short-term parking. Parkers requiring long-term parking are encouraged to park in one of the public garages, lots, or on-street spaces without time limits.

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1. How can I contest my citation?
2. Why can't I feed the meter to continue parking in a space beyond the posted time limits?
3. What is the difference between a private parking ticket/violation and a City parking citation?
4. Does an individual with a disability need to pay a parking meter?
5. Am I able to park my company's bus on the street?
6. What options does a private property owner have for addressing vehicles that are parked on their property without their permission?
7. How can I submit a request for parking enforcement?