Do You Like Easton's New Parking Plan?
Credit card meters are coming to Easton. What do you think?
Mayor Sal Panto says it's his number one complaint about parking in Easton: meters that only take quarters.
That's going to change next year, when the city installs new parking meters that can take credit cards.
It's part of a larger set of changes to Easton's parking system proposed in the 2013 budget.
The city would also raise the cost of downtown meters from 50 to 75 cents an hour, extend the parking enforcement hours until 8 p.m., and begin enforcing parking at some downtown meters on Sundays.
What do you think? Are you happy with the idea of credit card meters? Unhappy with everything? Tell us in the comments, and take our poll.