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"The taxpayers won't have to pay a thing and neither will the city," retorts DDA executive director Susan Pollay. "We have a plan in place to pay for the structure by slowly raising parking rates over the next four years-and then users fees will pay off the bonds." Now 80 cents an hour, rates will jump to $1.20 an hour by 2012.    (end of article)

[Originally published in April, 2009.]

 

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