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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –

The city has implemented new parking rules at the Muni Lot in downtown Cleveland, but you won’t be able to tailgate any earlier.

On April 13, Cleveland City Council passed legislation to raise parking fees at all city-owned meters, lots and garages, as well as open the Muni Lot for overnight parking.

The legislation authorizes the director of Public Works and commissioner of Parking to “enter into agreements with the sponsors of events that wish to reserve specific parking spaces in the Willard Park Garage, or the North Coast Municipal Parking Lot that provide for the payment by the sponsor of up to thirty dollars ($30.00) per parking space.”

 

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