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Parking limited

I’m surprised city leaders are perplexed over the parking snafu they created on South Perry Street (Spokesman-Review, Dec. 4). Since the city seems intent on banishing or limiting the automobile and promoting a pedestrian, bicycle friendly environment (think reduced time at downtown parking meters, the recent East Sprague makeover and the future North Monroe Street project), apparently we will all be riding bicycles soon, so the solution seems obvious. Lots and lots of bike racks.

Michael Gabbard

Spokane



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