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Some shoppers to get breaks on parking meters

From staff reports
Some downtown Spokane shoppers will get a break on parking meters, starting tomorrow. Every year, city parking enforcement crews plug random parking meters on Black Friday through to New Year’s Day. City officials say the tradition encourages people to come downtown during the holiday season and support local businesses. In December 2013, parking enforcement officers gave more than $400 worth of free parking to downtown visitors. Normal parking meter hours are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
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