No More Free Parking In Four Downtown Lexington Garages

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 9/05/2012 7:52 pm
There's good news and bad news for people who park in 4 downtown garages in order to do business with the City of Lexington.

The bad news is that it will no longer be free.

The City says it's losing $100,000 a year and needs the money for some garage repairs.

The good news is that if you're doing business with the city, you'll get a 50% discount.

The garages involved are the Annex garage, the Transit Center garage, the Courthouse garage and the Victorian Square garage.
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