Monday’s snowstorm is creating parking problems for some residents.
Boston was spared for the most part after blizzard conditions were confirmed in six towns on Monday.
The city accumulated a little more than six inches of snow overall, so a snow emergency was never in place.
Now, Boston’s Mayor Marty Walsh wants to make it clear to residents that space savers cannot be used.
"We are not having space savers in the city of Boston," Walsh said. "There’s not enough snow out there for space savers. If you get a space saver out there public works will come and take it. They go right in the back of the packer. So if they see it while they’re collecting, it’s going."
Department of Public Works crews tossed hundreds of space savers on Monday and over the weekend.
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