Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele says he’s decided charging county park users to pay to park their vehicles is a short-term solution to a long-term problem.  Abele is now asking the County Board to cover a one-point-six-million dollar budget shortfall by making a one-time dip into its so-called “Rainy Day” fund.  Now, Abele says he never wanted to charge for parking, but he felt it was a better choice than making more cuts to the county park system.  He says he directed the budget team to come up with ways to avoid “Pay-to-Park” and they came up with some alternatives.