In 2006, the city became one of the first nationwide to introduce the next great thing: putting away those nickels and dimes and paying for parking by cellphone.
Now the city’s suing the Canadian company behind the high-tech meters, saying it was stiffed out of more than $100,000.
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Staff Researcher Niels Heimeriks contributed to this story.