First of all, in order to write the MEMO,you have to read the case material I gave you, which I will upload later named Parking in San Francisco.
2. Writing: After you read the case material, based on case the professor gave, write a policy memo to the professor as if he is a San Francisco legislator (not of a particular party or interest group, but someone who cares for the greater good.) and need to better understand the three proposals discussed in the case. Assume that legality is not an issue,i.e, that San Francisco can legally charge whatever price it wants for residential and metered parking and can impose whatever standards it wants in regards to off-street parking. (After all, this is an economics class, not a law class!) make sure your memo includes the following:
1.A brief statement of the problem and some background.
2.The economic rationale for charging for parking.