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Letter: Confusing parking keeps people from SLC downtown

Published March 8, 2014 1:01 am
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Re the recent (March 4) Tribune article about parking kiosks in downtown Salt Lake City:

My husband and I used to go downtown for dining out and shopping, but no longer. And, it is all because of the downtown parking kiosks.

They are too confusing, too expensive, and required too long (8 p.m.) into the evening. The parking revenues are down by $1.5 million, and we are but a drop in the bucket, but certainly not the only drop.

Connie Gosling

Salt Lake City




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