Mayor to lay out plans for parking upgrades to Kingston Business Alliance

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KINGSTON – Mayor Steven
Noble wants to bring the city of Kington’s parking – both
on-street and in lots – into the 21st century.
Noble wants the parking system to be more self-sufficient and pay for itself over the long haul.
“Our parking lots are in desperate need of repair in many places in the city and we really need to be able to have a funding source that can be paid by the users of those lots to be able to make sure they are going to be there for years to come,” the mayor said. “And we also want to make parking more convenient for individuals in the city so we want to be able to provide technology both on-street and in the lots that allow people to pay for parking with their smart phones.”
Noble will present his parking plans to the Business Alliance at Frank Guido’s Little Italy in Mid-town at 10 a.m. on December 1.