Kansas City will start to install parking meters in River Market in late July. It’s to deal with growing pressure on the free parking in the burgeoning residential and shopping district.
Kansas City will start to install parking meters in River Market in late July. It’s to deal with growing pressure on the free parking in the burgeoning residential and shopping district. Diane Stafford Kansas City Star file photo
Kansas City will start to install parking meters in River Market in late July. It’s to deal with growing pressure on the free parking in the burgeoning residential and shopping district. Diane Stafford Kansas City Star file photo

Paid parking is coming to River Market beginning in late July

July 03, 2017 02:38 PM

UPDATED July 03, 2017 03:19 PM

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