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George Jarrett

City Parking Director

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www.wsaz.com

"It has not been enforced for quite some time -- if ever," city parking director George Jarrett said.
However, that's about to change. Jarrett said some who work downtown are hogging up the spaces by parking for hours and hours on end, and not leaving any room for those who have appointments or just want to eat and shop. If you need to be downtown for longer than two hours, Jarrett suggests parking in one of the city's six garages or on a surface lot. "There are places to park, as opposed to going out and taking a meter that a shopper or someone coming downtown to visit could utilize," Jarrett said.


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The parking garages are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturdays, said Parking Director George Jarrett.
The parking garages are open from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. Saturdays, said Parking Director George Jarrett.


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The parking garage on Virginia Street East next to City Hall will remain open until 11 p.m. Thursday and midnight Friday, Parking Director George Jarrett said.
It will be open for event parking from noon until midnight Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Jarrett said.


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But by taking about a quarter of the parking spaces out of service, the job is putting a pinch on drive-up customers, parking director George Jarrett said.
"We have to accommodate the monthly parkers," Jarrett said. "It's been like musical chairs." The building is home to several related departments -- the city collector, building, planning, engineering -- that attract a steady stream of daily parkers. "It's catch as catch can," Jarrett said. But by taking about a quarter of the parking spaces out of service, the job is putting a pinch on drive-up customers, parking director George Jarrett said. "We have to accommodate the monthly parkers," Jarrett said. "It's been like musical chairs." The building is home to several related departments -- the city collector, building, planning, engineering -- that attract a steady stream of daily parkers. "It's catch as catch can," Jarrett said. "Everyone thinks the parking system is a cash cow for the city," Jarrett said. But by taking about a quarter of the parking spaces out of service, the job is putting a pinch on drive-up customers, parking director George Jarrett said. "We have to accommodate the monthly parkers," Jarrett said. "It's been like musical chairs." The building is home to several related departments -- the city collector, building, planning, engineering -- that attract a steady stream of daily parkers. "It's catch as catch can," Jarrett said.


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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Repair work taking place at a city-owned parking garage on McFarland Street is part of a multi-year effort that will pump hundreds of thousands of dollars into the six downtown garages, Parking Director George Jarrett said.
Workers with Carl Walker Construction Inc. of Pittsburgh are currently waterproofing the parking surfaces on the sixth and seventh floors of the seven-story McFarland Street building, Jarrett said. Prior to the work, the seventh floor and portions of the sixth leaked badly, he said. "If you had someone walking to their car on the sixth floor, and it was raining, they needed an umbrella," he said. CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Repair work taking place at a city-owned parking garage on McFarland Street is part of a multi-year effort that will pump hundreds of thousands of dollars into the six downtown garages, Parking Director George Jarrett said. Workers with Carl Walker Construction Inc. of Pittsburgh are currently waterproofing the parking surfaces on the sixth and seventh floors of the seven-story McFarland Street building, Jarrett said. Prior to the work, the seventh floor and portions of the sixth leaked badly, he said. "If you had someone walking to their car on the sixth floor, and it was raining, they needed an umbrella," he said. "It's been an inconvenience for the people that park here," Jarrett said. The interior walls of the top floors will be power washed today, Jarrett said. Some of the sidewalks around the building will be closed during that process. The money is coming from the parking system's budget, Jarrett added. "This is maintenance that has been deferred for too long," he said.


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