WaterWorks' paid parking makes smooth transition

PORT CLINTON Jim Cooper, 66, of Port Clinton waited in line at the city council office Monday to she
JACOB LAMMERS
May 24, 2010

 

PORT CLINTON

Jim Cooper, 66, of Port Clinton waited in line at the city council office Monday to shell out $10 for a parking pass at Water Works Park.

"I think that once people know parking is there and they have to pay, they'll adjust to it," Cooper said. "In today's world, you almost have to expect to pay for everything."

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