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Car Park Charges Could Change

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8:26am 16th November 2011
(Updated 8:26am 16th November 2011)

More changes are on the cards for Cornwall's car parks.

We are being asked about a price hike in some towns, to help fund stuff like roadworks.

But officials could also bring in free winter parking and lower rates for evenings and short-stay.

Click here to read about the plans for your area and have your say.

8:26am 16th November 2011

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