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Nevada City getting new meters

Nevada City’s inventory of parking meters is being replaced.

City public works director Verne Taylor said 145 new three-hour meters should be available for the public’s use by Oct. 1.

The new meters will accept any combination of nickels, dimes and quarters. The meters will continue to charge 25 cents for one hour.



The meters will replace existing ones along Broad, Commercial, Pine, Main and Spring streets, which are more than 35 years old.

“They should last longer than I will,” Taylor said.




The four-hour meters in the Commercial Street parking lot will not change, Taylor said.


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