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Cincinnati’s parking rates aren’t expected to go up immediately under a plan to lease the city’s parking facilities.

City Manager Milton Dohoney says the Port Authority will pay 82 million dollars upfront, then three million dollars a year for the life of the lease.

Parking rates would be set by the authority. For more details on this story, check out the video above.

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