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Insight: Privatizing Parking / News Network: Appeal-Democrat / Al Stewart / Steven P. Unger

Privatizing Parking Privatizing Sacramento's public parking is expected to generate between $170 to $245 million.  Privatizing parking is an effective way for the city to get cash quickly, but will it pay off in the long run? We'll speak with a reporter from Chicago who tells us what his city did wrong when it privatized public parking spaces.  Sacramento's assistant city manager, John Dangberg, tells us how privatized parking will be different in California's capitol city.
News Network: Appeal-Democrat The editor of the Appeal Democrat, Len La Barth, joins Insight's news network to discuss issues in Marysville and Yuba City.
Al Stewart Al Stewart is playing Harlow's in Sacramento on Sunday, December 18.  He recently released his first acoustic album in nearly 20 years.
Steven P. Unger Steven P. Unger will appear at Ambrosia Cafe in Sacramento on Saturday, December 17 to promote his book "Before the Paparazzi: 50 Years of Extraordinary Photography."
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
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