By Roger GavanWARWICK — The Village of Warwick's two Parking Enforcement Officers, John Leardini and Christopher DiMauro, began patrolling and ticketing vehicles for parking violations in the downtown area on Friday, March 18. And to say there's been quite an outcry from those who were ticketed, especially in the CVS parking lot, would be an understatement.On Monday, April 4, about seven people, mostly business owners, attended a village meeting to voice their concerns, pro and con.The most contentious issue was about the tickets that were issued to those people who park in the CVS lot closest to Main Street. The village has an agreement with CVS that as long as it reserved the spots closest to the front doors of the store for CVS customers, the rest of their parking area could be used as a village parking lot. The section with 78 spots closest to Main Street has a three-hour limit; the section near Spring Street has 38 spots has a 12-hour limit. There is also a municipal parking area along Spring Street and across from Fratello Restaurant and another area near Wheeler Avenue with 12-hour limits. For those who commute to New York City via New Jersey Transit, there is a large free lot with 227 parking spots at County Park below Hickory Hill Golf Course. And there are permit spots in the Chase parking lot just off South Street. They do cost $200 per year but provide parking all day Monday to Friday. On weekends, the Chase lot has 80 free spots. "When we hired the Parking Enforcement Officers they were instructed to write tickets for expired meters and to chalk tires in the three-hour parking areas and write tickets for those who stayed too long," explained Village Trustee Eileen Patterson. "We've recently learned that the police hadn't made it a practice to write tickets in the CVS lot because it's not listed in the village code as a village lot. "After conferring with our attorney and legal counsel from the New York Council of Mayors," Patterson added, "we have confirmed that we are within our rights, based on the agreement we have with CVS, to write those tickets. We've scheduled a public hearing for April 18 to include that lot in our Village code."