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PARKING TODAY NEWS Scott Selig has joined ZipPark, Inc. as their leader of the

sales and marketing team in the role of Director of Business Development. Scott will be responsible for the expansion of ZipPark’s industry-leading wireless solution for revenue con- trol in gateless parking operations. Scott will partner with industry leaders through a vigorous marketing approach to expand ZipPark’s presence in event parking at sports arenas, ball parks, resorts, casinos, as well as valet parking at hospi- tals , hotels and airports . Scott has exceptional record of as an expert in business development in the healthcare field and is truly dedicated being an advocate for innovation in the auto- mated parking and revenue control industry. Carl Walker, Inc., a nationally recognized consultant in

the parking industry, announced the completion of an 1,802- space parking structure located at the Detroit Arsenal facility inWarren, Michigan. This parking structure supports a new administration building that was built to house 1,100 federal employees. The six-level, 583,750-square-foot precast parking structure provides parking for personnel employed at the new administration building and replaces surface parking spaces displaced by the new development. The design not only had to meet the requirements of theMichigan Building Code but also special criteria regarding security engineering. The Administration Building and Parking Structure project incorporated sustainable design measures to achieve LEED Gold Certification. ParkHelp, a world leader in the creation of intelligent

parking guidance systems, is pleased to announce that Michael Civitelli has joined the ParkHelp team. Civitelli brings nearly 18 years of experience in a variety of parking industry roles. Recently a parking consultant, Civitelli has Continued on Page 10

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Today’s Facebook page. Wanda and Co. talked about this subject weeks ago. But we don’t hold back… From anonymous: New prostitution parking meters in Bonn, Germany give a

whole new meaning to Pay and Display. Prostitution is legal in Germany but city officials were finding it difficult collecting taxes from the “streetwalkers”. The estimated 200 prostitutes must now pay for a night pass equivalent to around $9 in order to work the streets from 8 pm to 6 am. City officials expect to generate about $288,000 in new revenue off this initiative. I am hoping they apply one aspect of the Shoup Model to ensure that the revenue is put back into improving the streets and other downtown areas of Bonn. A friend of mine made a great point about this new strategy –

“If revenue is truly the goal, attach it to something useful. If they want to prostitute, charge them a similar fee to be tested and licensed. That way the City of Bonn gets revenue, the girls are doc- umented and healthy, and their clients can be more confident that they won’t catch a disease. Everyone wins!” My blogging buddy was afraid to

give his name, but you can blame me. Don’t make it illegal, tax it…

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