Heavens! Free Sunday parking may be ending on the Upper West Side: According to DNAinfo, Community Board 7's transportation committee voted 6-0 to approve a paid parking proposal: "Marc Glazer, the community board member behind the proposal, said [free Sunday parking] hurts Upper West Side businesses." On Sundays, cars linger and there are few spaces available to potential customers. He complained, "You come into the Upper West Side and you can't park next to the restaurant you want to eat at," and based on his own research, "cars spend an average of four to six hours in metered spots on Sundays, but only 90 minutes during the rest of the week." The City Council ended "pay to pray" in 2005.