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PETITION TO RESTORE THE "NON-CITY OF PHOENIX EMPLOYEE PARKING RATE" STRUCTURE AT SKY HARBOR AIRPORT TO THE 2003 AGREEMENT MADE BY PHOENIX CITY COUNCIL

359 Signatures Goal: 500

This petition asks the Sky Harbor Airport Staff, the Phoenix Aviation Advisory Board (PAAD) and the Phoenix City Council to honor their previously promised and agreed upon "Non-City of Phoenix Employee Parking Rate" Resolution of 2003.

This petition also asks for answers from Airport Staff as to why they did not bother to tell local tenant managers, the PAAD and City Council about the 2003 in-place Employee Parking Rate Agreement when seeking a rate increase in 2009. It also asks for an explanation and justification of the information provided to "sell" the rate increase. This includes the assertion that it is reasonable to compare employee parking rates at Sky Harbor to employee parking rates at airports in Chicago, New York, Newark, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco and at other airports situated in densely populated and expensive urban areas. It also asks why employees should be expected to pay for passenger parking facilities at the airport including, but not limited to, the debt service of the Terminal 4 Parking Garage Addition.

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    Mike Rowe United States
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    Michael Brown United States
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