Parking commission to ask city to go back to time limits on downtown parking
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COLUMBUS, Ind. — Columbus’ downtown parking commission wants to end its free parking trial after hearing from some downtown merchants that the experiment has been more of a hindrance than a help. The Columbus Parking Commission voted Thursday to recommend that the city revert to its previous parking enforcement area and practices downtown. The vote was 4-1, with commission member and Bartholomew County Public Library Director Jason Hatton voting against the action. Continue reading at The...

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