- Lot owners scurry to deal with new tax. Bullard, Stan // Crain's Cleveland Business;7/31/95, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p3
Informs about the confusion among the parking companies in Cleveland regarding the mechanism for the collection of newly imposed parking tax to be effective from September 1, 1995. Purposes for which the proceedings will be used.
- Parking tax reaping more than expected. Bullard, Stan // Crain's Cleveland Business;9/16/96, Vol. 17 Issue 38, p1
Anticipates the cash Cleveland, Ohio, will receive a year after it adopted an eight percent parking tax to help finance a football stadium. Division of assessments and licenses; Background information on the project.
- Out of town stores may face ...8.8m parking tax bill. Kidd, Andrew // Cabinet Maker;05/22/98, Issue 5089, p5
Reports on the British government's proposed integrated transport policy that considers a charge for car park space for out-of-town furniture retailers. Estimated number of out-of-town furniture and carpet stores; Issue of taxing out-of-town car parks raised by the Environment Select Committee.
- Spread the load. // Crain's Cleveland Business;5/15/95, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p10
Opinion. Argues that the citywide parking tax should be approved but that Cuyahoga County should be left out of the proposed equation for financing Cleveland Stadium's renovation. Prediction that the parking tax will face stiff opposition from downtown building and parking lot owners; Problem...
- Proposed parking tax vote seen as deft political move. Bullard, Stan // Crain's Cleveland Business;5/8/95, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p1
Reports on the plan to create a city parking tax to help finance Cleveland Stadium's renovation. Call by Mayor Michael White to put the proposed 15 percent tax on parking receipts on the ballot in November 1995; Reactions to the plan.
- PARKING TWO HOURS ON BOISE STREETS: $4.50? PRENTICE, GEORGE // Boise Weekly;7/10/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p9
The article offers information on the issues related to the Boise City Council's Department of Finance and Administration regarding its plan to install smart parking meters in the city that will make people pay 4.50 dollars for a two hour parking.
- Leader. // Cabinet Maker;12/16/2011, Issue 5768, p5
The article discusses the proposal for taxation related to car parking in retail sites outside town and free controlled parking system for town centers submitted by marketing consultant Mary Portas to British Prime Minister (PM) David Cameron.
- Parking relief. FREEMAN, PETER // Money (Australia Edition);May2011, Issue 134, p16
The article discusses a decision by the Australian Federal Court which dealt with the tax treatment of car parking provided to employees by Virgin Blue at Melbourne Airport in Victoria, exempting the parking from fringe benefits tax (FBT) based on the distance between the car park and place of work.
- Canada: Parking Tax Fight Continues. // GPP eNews;
The article reports on the fight of International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) members in Ontario regarding a parking tax proposal that would affect malls and retailers.