At lunchtime one day last week, five vehicles were making use of the 48-space city parking lot on Ninth Street. Since the city began charging for its use, the lot has become what city Transportation Director Mark Ahrendsen called “the parking lot of last resort.”
At lunchtime one day last week, five vehicles were making use of the 48-space city parking lot on Ninth Street. Since the city began charging for its use, the lot has become what city Transportation Director Mark Ahrendsen called “the parking lot of last resort.” jwise@newsobserver.com
At lunchtime one day last week, five vehicles were making use of the 48-space city parking lot on Ninth Street. Since the city began charging for its use, the lot has become what city Transportation Director Mark Ahrendsen called “the parking lot of last resort.” jwise@newsobserver.com

Parking still problem for Ninth Street

January 23, 2015 12:00 AM