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A story on the Planning Commission's review of the downtown parking garage in Wednesday's paper should have made clear that voters in 2005 approved $7.7 million, raised through sales taxes, to be used for a parking garage project estimated to cost $10 million. The project is now slated to cost $11 million to $16 million, and will be funded in part by the 2005 ballot initiative, plus about $3 million in Federal Transit Authority money, according to Rorie Watt, deputy director of the city's engineering department.
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