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La Jolla Light

La Jolla Village News

The San Diego Union Tribune

KOGO Radio Station

  • Roger Hedgecock Podcast with Martin Mosier, the La Jolla Community Parking District Advisory Board Chairman, along with members of the public calling in. Martin Mosier talked the Advisory Board's "party line", and a skeptical Roger Hedgecock and callers help expose a few of the nasty "features" of the Board's "Plan" for paid on-street parking in La Jolla. [MP3]
    (March 20, 2008)

KPBS Radio Station

  • Report by KPBS reporter Alison St John telling how "La Jolla residents came out in force to protest a plan that would have charged people for on-street parking in their commercial district. A last minute intervention by city attorney, Mike Aguirre, prevented the Parking Advisory Board from reaching a decision."
    (March 20, 2008)
  • Year-old Tom Fudge Radio Show with Donald Shoup, Martin Mosier, Donna Frye, and members of the public talking about paid on-street parking in La Jolla.  more...
    (March 15, 2007)

The Guardian (UCSD)

Beach & Bay Press

  • Parking District hears plan for paid parking in Pacific Beach by Shannon Mulhall
    (January 17, 2008)

    Beachgoers could be paying as much as $3 per hour to park near the beach and some residents could also be paying up to $10 per month to park in front of their homes if the Pacific Beach Community Parking District (PBCPD) votes to adopt the suggestions of Walker Parking Consultants.

Los Angeles Times

  • Beverly Hills adds more free parking time by Tami Abdollah
    (November 24, 2007)

    A great story about why Beverly Hills is adding free parking because its Mayor realized that business has been going elsewhere, with customers skipping "tourist-laden streets and pricey parking garages."

Aspen Times Weekly

Wall Street Journal

  • A Rocky Mountain High-End Problem by Kris Hudson
    (September 27, 2007)

    This WSJ article shows how the character of Aspen Colorado has changed for the worse. This happened after paid on-street parking was instituted there in January 1995. As a result resident-friendly "ordinary business" were eventually replaced by 20+ high-end jewelry stores catering exclusively to tourists.

    Promote La Jolla's "parking plan" points to the "notable success" of Aspen Colorado's parking program (see page 4 of PLJ's document). This article, and other Aspen Times articles, paint a very different picture.

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