Parking Exchange

In an effort to take the gritty edge off parking in Manhattan, Theodore Angelus, self-proclaimed "Park King of New York City," has established the Street Parking Exchange. Linda Wertheimer talks with the King to find out how (and how well) the exchange works.

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