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Public gives input on parking program

Roughly a dozen community members provided input to city staff Tuesday on a proposed downtown residential parking program.

At a two-hour public forum, property owners, business owners and a couple of tenants gathered with city staff and several City Council members to discuss the proposal, which is up for council action Monday.

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The proposed program, which has gone through two committees with several changes, would allow residents of downtown apartments to park in any metered spot without payment, though a $20 monthly fee would be required after five years of the pilot program.


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