Will New Meters Keep You Away From Easton?
Easton could begin charging more to park downtown. Will that keep you from visiting?
After operating a small business in Bethlehem, Anthony Burks said he's ready to relocate to Easton.
But he told Easton City Council last week that he's worried about the city's proposed parking meter changes. Burks doesn't like the idea of people having to "stand at the window" of his store, keeping an eye on the meter.
"You do that in Easton, you’ll chase people away," he said.
So I wanted to try to gauge how many people really feel that way. Will the price increase -- 50 cents/hour to $1 per hour -- keep you away from Downtown? Tell us in the comments, and take our poll.