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The mayor and the parking garage

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz informs drivers about the four-dollar flat fee being collected at the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz informs drivers about the four-dollar flat fee being collected at the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz makes change for a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The garage will charge a daily flat fee of $4 until its ticketing system is repaired.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz makes change for a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The garage will charge a daily flat fee of $4 until its ticketing system is repaired. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.

    SARAH GANZHORN
    Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired. Purchase photo reprints »

  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz informs drivers about the four-dollar flat fee being collected at the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz makes change for a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown Thursday morning. The garage will charge a daily flat fee of $4 until its ticketing system is repaired.
  • SARAH GANZHORN<br/>Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz collects a fee from a driver entering the E.J. Gare Parking Garage downtown. The four-dollar daily fee will be charged until the garage's ticketing system is repaired.

Legacy Comments4

A great way to hurt businesses downtown. What was he thinking?? Or was he.

What kind of publicity stunt is this? The mayor in a reflective jacket collecting fees? Doesn't he have anything better to do? Give me a break. I will not be parking in the garage until the machine is fixed. Charging $4 when the first hour is supposed to be free? What a foolishly made disincentive. No thanks.

Thanks for the heads up. Now I will stay away from Thornes since I will now have to pay $4 to park where before the 1st hour was free. The City of Northampton has difficulty getting anything correct.

Publicity stunt?

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