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The plan to lease Cincinnati’s parking operations appears to be on the fast track.

City council could decide on the proposal next week, after another round of committee hearings.

The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority would pay 92 million dollars, upfront, to run the city’s parking lots and meters.

This is an agreement that would run for 30 years.

Another hearing was held last night, where locals voiced their concerns over privatized parking. Check out the video above to learn what happened.

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