The Jefferson City Council discussed the city’s downtown zone parking at Wednesday’s meeting at City Hall.City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus says former administrator Steve Rassmusen instituted the “Zone 99” policy about five years ago. That policy allows downtown residents to park in any metered space for free.The “Zone 99” permits expire on Saturday and right now, Nickolaus says city officials are trying to work on a compromise. Currently, the plan would create parking zones and would require residents to pay for a permit to park in specified zones.The City Council will have final say on any proposed plan.
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