Parking problems are pretty common at the Fall Festival. This year is no exception. Some people came early, hoping to find the free spots. But they filled up fast and most people had to pay to park. That was good news, though, for those trying to raise money for different organizations. Alan Bailey is a member of the Reitz Booster Club for music he says they hope to raise over $10,000 between their parking lot and band booth in a week. The president of the Westside Catholic Consolidated School Booster, Randy Dickerson, says they expect to raise more than $17,000 on parking alone. Most drivers say they dont mind paying because they know it usually goes to a good cause.