Jun 28, 2016 9:22 AM
CONCORD - City officials are considering a major increase to parking fees, hours and fines in an effort to raise more revenue.
The parking fund was designed to sustain itself without taxpayer dollars but more money is needed to prevent the system from going bankrupt, according to the Concord Monitor. Matt Walsh, special projects director for the city, says the proposed fee structure is also intended to encourage more drivers to use the city's parking garages.
Based on a recent study's recommendations, Walsh proposed the following changes to a city parking committee on Monday:
The full study and recommendations will be available online Wednesday. These proposals will be evaluated by a parking committee, which will eventually make recommendation to the city council. At least one public hearing would be require before the council votes on any changes.
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