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Venice to Get New Park & Pay Stations

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According to Daniel Mitchell, Senior Engineer with program oversight for the new fancy Park & Pay Meters, the next scheduled "roll-out" is in Venice in three separate areas on Main Street, Winward Ave. and Washington Blvd. The estimated completion date is July 31. To date, the only on street location of these new credit-card taking, cell-phone paying machines is located in Silver Lake on Sunset Blvd. More are to come throughout the city over the upcoming months. 30 off-street lots currently use this new technology.