The City Council tonight is being presented with a $1 million plan from the Dyster administration to implement a "citywide parking system."
Under the proposal, recommended by Desman Associates, a firm hired by the city to study the issue, the city would buy new equipment for the ramp in the former Rainbow Centre and city-run parking lots, as well as "pay-and-display" equipment for on-street parking.
The Dyster administration is proposing to use funds from the city's share of slot-machine revenue from Seneca Niagara Casino.
Here's tonight's full agenda:
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