Parking rate increase headed to city council

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These old school parking meters could be on their way out. New technology and higher rates are being proposed for downtown Kamloops (Josh Pagé/CBC).
Get your loonies ready, parking in downtown Kamloops could be on its way up.

It's only 50 cents per hour at meters right now, but a report headed to city council Tuesday says that's a little too cheap.

David Duckworth wrote the report.

He is the Director of Corporate Services and Community Safety for the city of Kamloops, and speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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