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April 2, 2016

City’s Parking Headache Examined

Traffic analysts, residents discuss permits, changes sought to ease downtown distress Business owners and employees raised concerns Monday night after learning the leased spaces — which some of them said they waited months to get — might not be guaranteed in the future road map of downtown parking. In their first unveiling of results from […]

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March 25, 2016

Women In Parking Spotlight

How did you start in the parking industry? When I was in college at UC Santa Barbara, I worked for the University Police Department as a community service officer.  We did support and general campus security. At one point, my Lieutenant asked me to be the Parking Enforcement Officer in Isla Vista. The pay was […]

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