Community Q&a

July 03, 2005

THE QUESTION

As part of General Growth Properties' draft plan to turn Columbia's downtown into an urban core, the company wants to add more parking garages and create parallel parking spaces. Does that mean we're going to have to pay for parking?

THE ANSWER

No. Dennis W. Miller, General Growth's general manager for Columbia, said during a town hall meeting Tuesday night that he envisions parking will remain free. "We are a long way from having paid parking in Town Center," he said. "I don't foresee paid parking."

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