Parking meter hours aren’t expected to change under the city of Cincinnati’s parking system lease.
The Enquirer reports that the port authority will retain the current enforcement hours to appease neighborhood leaders and business owners.
The proposal would cost Cincinnati four million dollars in upfront fees to lease parking meters and lots.
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