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Parking meter changes coming 

The city is changing the hours for its street parking meters. Hours for collecting parking fees will extend from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday through Friday. The new hours of operation will begin on this Sunday, July 1. The city will post the new hours of operation on the meters and violators will receive a warning for the month of July. 

click to enlarge Hours changing for city on-street parking. - FILE PHOTO
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  • Hours changing for city on-street parking.
Dealing with a tight budget year, the changes will raise an estimated $214,000 per year, according to a city spokesperson.

On-street parking is still free on weekends and legal holidays.

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