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Convert Staff/Faculty & Civic Center Lots Near Law School to Student Parking

102 Signatures Goal: 100

FSU law students are tired of incurring extra fees to park and get to class on time while driving past dozens of empty Staff/Faculty spaces in the law school and St. Augustine Garage lots and the entire (for pay) Civic Center lot.

Forgive our parking tickets and convert the lots to W Student parking, or more of us will decide to finish our legal educations elsewhere and stop giving in to the administration's incessant demands for us to donate to the Annual Fund Drive.

And if you're so inclined, email or call Mr. Hughes, a Director of Parking, to tell him you want more student parking, too: hhughes@admin.fsu.edu & 850-645-4994.


UPDATE: Mr. Hughes has forwarded an email response, and invited us to stop by. Please let me know if you'd like to join me in speaking with him (ksencil@fsu.edu)




Invite her to come in and discuss her concern. 
 
We are preparing to covert the bottom half of Diffenbaugh into mix-use; realizing this parking lot is under-used on a daily basis.   Converting the ‘R’ spaces in G5 is not an option due to the frequency of conferences.  Also, I am proposing the Civic Center lot become “free” for parking with a valid FSU parking permit.   Bottom line, there are several options being explored and presented – and Kirsten is right on top of them.  I would like to say the Diffenbaugh option could become reality next month; the Civic Center may take a bit more time since it is still under former management though “owned” by FSU.
 
Thanks!
Hunter

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