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THE CAPITOLA CITY COUNCIL IS SCHEDULED TO MEET AT 7:00 P-M TOMORROW NIGHT, AND ONE OF THE ISSUES TO BE DISCUSSED WILL BE THE ELIMINATION OF OLD-FASHIONED SINGLE-SPACE PARKING METERS. COUNCILMAN MIKE TERMINI IS ASKING FOR NEWER TECHNOLOGY, THAT WOULD MAKE IT EASIER FOR USERS TO PAY THEIR FEES WITH CREDIT CARDS. ONE OF THE PARKING AREAS IN MIND, INCLUDES THE 226-SPACE LOT AT LOWER PACIFIC COVE. 5 PAY STATIONS, TO BE INSTALLED ALONG CLIFF DRIVE (AND AT THE INTERSECTION OF MONTEREY AND CAPITOLA AVENUES), WERE RECOMMENDED BY PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR STEVE JESBERG. EACH OF THE NEW METERS IS EXPECTED TO COST 15 THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE TOTAL COST OF THE NEW PARKING EQUIPMENT IS LIKELY TO BE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF 78 THOUSAND DOLLARS.

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