The city wants downtown parking to generate an extra $3.7 million a year.
From the February, 2017 issue
That's the total the Ann Arbor News estimated could be raised by rate increases and extended enforcement hours over the next two fiscal years (starting July 2017). But if city council approves the plan floated in a joint meeting with the Downtown Development Authority in January, most of that money would end up in the city's general fund--not in the parking
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