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     June 5, 2018      #13-155 PB1
 

Study: Parking rates not keeping pace with

Estudio: las tasas de estacionamiento no siguen el ritmo de

Maintaining status quo on Rochester’s parking rates would quickly deplete the city’s funds for operating its parking ramps and related operations, potentially shifting the burden to taxpayers.

“We’re a utility fund, and revenues have to support operations, along with improvements and expansion of parking,” said Tony Knauer, the city’s transit and parking manager.

Among the costs covered by the city’s parking fund: repaying debt from building new parking ramps, which will be an estimated $30 million apiece for the next two ramps.

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Randy Petersen