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Columbus officials don’t have to look far to learn a strategy for installing downtown parking meters.
Reaction was mixed in August when the city of Bloomington went live with 1,500 meters in its downtown, Deputy Director of Public Works Andrea Roberts said.
“Some people loved it, some people hated it,” Roberts said. “Some businesses said it opened up spaces for customers, some said it didn’t.”
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