Cincinnati City Council could vote today on the lease of the city’s parking operations.
Council leaders told local news that the finance committee has the issue on its agenda, with a vote taken if there are five “yes” votes for the plan.
The Port Authority, and three private companies, would pay 92 million dollars upfront to run parking lots and meters. That money would reportedly help the city’s budget, and its pension fund.
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