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City holds parking-meter update meeting

River Falls invites any citizens interested to a public meeting 3 p.m. May 22 in the lower-level Council chamber of City Hall, 222 Lewis Street. <i>Stock photo</i>

River Falls invites any citizens interested to a public meeting 3 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, in the lower-level Council chamber of City Hall, 222 Lewis Street.

Police Chief Roger Leque and David Hovel will give a brief presentation on the status of the parking-meter moratorium imposed last year, as well as the preliminary results of an ongoing parking meter study.

After the presentation will be questions, comments and feedback. The meeting aims to provide an opportunity to discuss the public's perception on the effects of the moratorium.

The informational meeting begins promptly at 3 p.m., and the content of the presentation slides will be made available.

The City Council voted unanimously at its July 10, 2012 meeting to declare a one-year moratorium on all of River Falls' parking meters, effective July 23, 2012, to July 22, 2013. It decided to hold the moratorium, study the results then make a long-term decision about whether the parking meters should stay or go.

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