Short North parking rules – now in their fourth year of study – should be implemented by Thanksgiving and should include higher meter fees, says the city’s first-ever parking czar.

Parking, said Robert Ferrin, is “the glue” between transportation and economic development.

“There’s no ‘fixing’ the parking problem,” said Ferrin, who started in November as assistant director for parking services in the Department of Public Service. “Our job is to provide access to as many user groups as…