The parking lot after the administration began ticketing.
The parking lot after the administration began ticketing.
Ben Lunn

Parking crisis: update

As a solution to the overcrowded and parking without passes in the lot, the school has started issuing tickets. A $10 ticket for your first offense, a $20 for the second and then $30 for the third and all other offenses. The administration started issuing the tickets May 16 in the morning. Although they were warned, many students still continued to park in the lot. Students that do not have a pass for the 2015-16 school year are supposed to park either on 59th court, behind Casey’s or at City Hall. If students fail to pay the fees before they graduate they are told that they will not be able to graduate on time. After doing a sweep of the lot, we found two cars still parked illegally since they started ticketing.

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