Opinions Differ Widely on Red Bank Parking Kiosks

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Abigal Jannarone of Howell feeds money into a meter in Red Bank’s White Street parking lot as her mother Christine and brother, Christopher, get a lesson in parking technology. Christine Jannarone said she couldn’t do it without the help of her tech-savvy daughter.

Published on June 28, 2013 with No Comments

By Torri Singer

RED BANK – The year-old borough change from parking meters to pay kiosks is touted in Borough Hall as a great improvement that has increased revenue, but talk to the people on the street and “horrible,” “ridiculous,” “poorly executed” and “confusing” are how they describe the system.

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