Seaside Heights council members didn’t hold back at their first meeting since the July 4 holiday, when both officials and visitors began seeing private parking lots in town charging up to $100 for one day’s worth of parking.”To charge this kind of money and chase people away is a crime,” said Co
Here we go again with politicians and bureaucrats determining what’s good for us all. If a lot owner wants to charge 100$, let them. I doubt that they’ll succeed with that business model. Especially when there’s free parking at the bay. Just let the invisible hand of the free market supply discipline. It can do it faster, cheaper, and better than any Gooferment Diktat. Argh!
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