Opponents of Privatized Parking Take Protests To The Streets

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Opponents of a plan to privatize Cincinnati’s parking operations are taking their protests to the streets.

Dozens of community leaders passed out leaflets at businesses yesterday, claiming privately-owned parking meters would lead to higher rates and fewer customers.

The city could earn as much as 150 million dollars upfront for leasing its parking lots and meters.

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