A buck and bag and paid parking at Memorial Gardens and the Aquatic Centre are gone for now, but they'll likely be revisited in the future.
City council voted against the measures at its committee meeting Monday night, leaving the impression though the issues are far from dead.
As well budget chief Peter Chirico said a possible 12 per cent tax increase has been chopped down to eight per cent, and he's not finished yet.
He wants the city's agencies, boards and commissions to return to council with the cuts to their budgets they didn't deliver at a budget meeting two weeks ago.
More details will be available when Baytoday.ca updates these stories later today.