August 28, 2018:- Recently I completed a candidate survey for MassLive, which asked about my priorities if elected. My answer? Near the top, restoring the old paid-metering hours in the downtown so that you do not have to pay before 9:00 a.m. and after 6:00 p.m.  Extending the hours to 8:00 p.m. was a mistake. Eight’s too late!

In downtown Northampton, parking is free after 6:00 p.m. (see below). Noho wants to welcome evening shoppers, not deter them. Amherst should follow suit.

Noho parking hours

August 7, 2018:- As Tip O’Neill used to say, when it comes to voting “people like to be asked.” Asking people to vote for you costs money. I explain how I am spending money in my campaign — and how to contribute — in this new video.

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Peter Vickery, Candidate for Amherst Town Council, District 2


August 6, 2018:-  The attempt to block the first Town Council elections via litigation has failed. You can read the judge’s decision here. So, per the wishes of the voters, the elections will go ahead as planned.

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Peter Vickery, Candidate for Town Council in District 2