Olympia's Downtown Ambassador Peter Spotts, far right, helps Sherry Nelson and Janelle Runyon with a parking pay station Friday in downtown Olympia. The Parking and Business Improvement Area is paying for Spotts to help shoppers deal with parking and information needs through January.
Olympia's Downtown Ambassador Peter Spotts, far right, helps Sherry Nelson and Janelle Runyon with a parking pay station Friday in downtown Olympia. The Parking and Business Improvement Area is paying for Spotts to help shoppers deal with parking and information needs through January. The Olympian
Olympia's Downtown Ambassador Peter Spotts, far right, helps Sherry Nelson and Janelle Runyon with a parking pay station Friday in downtown Olympia. The Parking and Business Improvement Area is paying for Spotts to help shoppers deal with parking and information needs through January. The Olympian

An ambassador for parking shoppers

December 18, 2010 12:00 AM

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