Haroula's Coffee Shop at 29 Bank St., in downtown Seymour. Jean Falbo-Sosnovich/Register
By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR — Gus Hasiotis, who has owned Haroula’s Coffee Shop downtown for 23 years, has renewed his pleas with police to bring back parking meters.
The reason is, Hasiotis said, that he’s losing business because his customers have no place to park.
“I’ve had it up to here,” Hasiotis told the Board of Police Commissioners during its monthly meeting last week. “Nobody’s doing anything for me.”
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