Downtown Business Owners Send Letter To City, Opposing Free Parking Elimination
They want to let freedom ring -- so their cash registers will continue to ring.
Downtown Gainesville business owners have come out against a plan to change free parking spots to metered spots in the downtown area, saying their business could suffer.
And now with an official letter to the city -- as well as a circulating petition -- downtown business owners are hoping city commissioners will change their minds.
TV 20's Duke Carter reports. View video for more information.
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