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Rec and Park’s ‘flexible pricing’ proposal advances with more predictability | The San Francisco Examiner

A proposed “flexible pricing” program allowing The City to charge nonresidents higher rates at four popular city-owned tourist attractions during peak times has been revised to ensure the rates don’t surprise visitors.

The changes, adopted Wednesday by the Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee, would only allow the Recreation and Park Department to set increased rates for non-residents once a year during specified time periods.

Recreation and Parks Department director Phil Ginsburg proposed the pricing policy change earlier this year, which would empower the department to increase non-resident adult rates during busy hours for the Japanese Tea Garden, the Coit Tower Elevator, the Conservatory of Flowers, and the San Francisco Botanical Garden.

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Rec and Park’s ‘flexible pricing’ proposal advances with more predictability – The San Francisco Examiner.

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