While Nyack's loudest debate over parking may be focused on the downtown areas, another spat is ongoing in the village's northern neighborhoods.
Village lawmakers tweaked alternate side parking rules near Nyack Hospital earlier this year in an effort curb an existing issue—hospital employees commandeering street spots.
And while the changeover has benefited some residents, it's now irking others.
Brian McNulty, a Front Street resident who has called Nyack home since the mid-80s, says the parking problem has now migrated into his neighborhood.
"I'm a consultant, I work from home," he said. "I have clients come over, and they have nowhere to park."
"Why'd you guys change this?" McNulty asked local leaders at a recent board meeting.
Nyack trustee Steve Knowlton said the parking chages are still in their trial stages.
"We figured we'd try this to see how it works," he said. Knowlton also noted the village will be reaching out to affected residents shortly to gauge their experiences.
"[The change] will probably be in effect for another couple of months," Knowlton added.