Business owner sees problems with parking proposals

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Downtown parking in Kamloops is set for an overhaul, but not everyone thinks all the changes make sense (Josh Pagé/CBC).
Kamloops City Hall says it's time for more change in downtown Kamloops- more change for the parking meters, that is.

Tonight is your chance to help decide the future of parking in the downtown.

Ideas on the table include getting rid of parking meters in favour of pay kiosks and doubling parking meter rates.

Not everyone is convinced the changes make sense.

Denis Walsh owns Movie Mart in downtown Kamloops.

He's also a former city councillor, and speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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