Ridgewood school officials were denied last time they asked the village to cede Heermance Place to allow Ridgewood High School teachers to park there.
They'll be coming back again to plead their case, Mayor Paul Aronsohn said at Wednesday's council meeting.
To alleviate the capacity-filled high school lot and hold more teachers on-site, Superintendent Daniel Fishbein had appealed to the council last year requesting that the district issue permits for twelve parking spots on the public street.
Those without a permit would be towed if they're there during school hours, he said. Essentially, students would be kicked out to allow teachers to park at the facility.
Last year's council unanimously voted against the plan.
"I think it's a bad idea to set precedent for this kind of thing on village streets," then-Deputy Mayor Tom Riche said last February.
With a new council in a new year, Fishbein and school board president Sheila Brogan will be back at an upcoming meeting. The date has not yet been determined.