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Politics Main Event: Supes nix parking meters
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1. 2014-04-16 S.F. Sunday parking meter charge voted down SF City Hall
C. 2012-02-16 SmartMeters rejected by 4,400 PG&E
2003-07-29 Supes nix parking meters Golden Gate Park
E. 2003-06-09 More Parking Meters Coming Golden Gate Park

SmartMeters rejected by 4,400
S.F. Sunday parking meter charge voted down

year 2014 Top ^

  SF City Hall: The city's Municipal Transportation Agency board voted to give up $11 million in annual revenue and go along with Mayor Ed Lee's plan

year 2012 Top ^

  PG&E: In the two weeks since state regulators gave them the choice, some customers have decided to opt out and stick with older, analog meters instead

year 2010 Top ^

  Sebastopol: Some residents have questioned whether radio frequency radiation from the meters, which transmit the data, could threaten their health

year 2008 Top ^

Jun.20   Two-Alarm Fire Burns 2 Homes
Map of 2417 Westpark Drive San Jose
  South San Jose: The blaze was reported at 6:43 p.m. and by 7:30 p.m. it was still actively burning the attic, sides and gas meters of the buildings

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.29 Supes nix parking meters
  Golden Gate Park: City supervisors kill a plan to install parking meters in Golden Gate Park
Jun.9   More Parking Meters Coming  Golden Gate Park: There's a new plan to add 1600 meters to areas that now have free parking, like JFK and MLK drives

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.26   Quarters-Only Meters Replaced
  San Francisco is replacing its quarters-only meters with new machines that take every U.S. coin except a 50-cent May.6   25,000 new meters  The meters will cost more than $35 million, saving millions in lost revenue that results from broken meters and theft

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