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How you pay for parking is changing at Hampton Beach

HAMPTON BEACH — Parking meters at the beach have been converted from &#';Park and Pay&#'; to &#';Pay and Display,&#'; according to a release from the New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation on Thursday.

The conversion is due to issues with the &#';Park and Pay&#'; machines communicating accurate information to the ticketing software.

The new meters will still accept cash, coins and credit/debit cards and will issue a receipt for payment. Visitors must place the receipt face up on their dashboard to avoid being ticketed.

The meter season begins this Sunday, April 1, a month earlier than previous years. Parking will be at a reduced rate of $1/hour for the month of April and while in operation after Oct. 1. From May 1 to Oct. 1 the meter rate is $2/hour at the beach.


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