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Restore Jefferson Parking Sanity

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by Concerned Residents

To be delivered to: Jay Rey-Hipolito, UDR Regional Mgr and UDR Corporate Senior Mgmt



I oppose the "open" parking system abruptly implemented by UDR.

Please restore assigned spaces, without extra charges, ASAP!


Petition Background

Remember the new parking space assignments you just received last week? Well, forget that!

UDR has now moved to an "open" parking system as of Friday, November 15th. This means anyone can park anywhere in the garage in an open space - no assigned spaces. In just 3 days, this has already shown itself to be unworkable for many, who've had to hunt and battle for open spaces, never knowing where we'll be parking from one day to the next. Granted, some folks were justifiably upset with the spaces they were assigned after the parking audit, but throwing the whole thing open to random luck is utter insanity and begging for chaos! They say "it's fair." We say: "NONSENSE!"

UDR claims they heard from "large numbers" of tenants that they like the "open" system. Everyone we've talked to says they hate the idea. Let's not be the silent majority!

If you oppose "open" parking and don't want to pay extra fees for an assigned space, please SIGN THE PETITION! Let's let management and the UDR corporate office know that MORE people prefer knowing where they're going to park, whether coming home at 3pm or midnight.

Also - please CALL UDR RESIDENT RELATIONS - Jay Rey-Hipolito or Tracy LeMay - at 855-465-2224 and register your outrage, and email Jay and Tracy directly at: and

Tell your neighbors to sign ASAP - we're trying to collect as many signatures as possible by Monday. We're continuing to distribute flyers to residents, despite attempts by the local staff to stop us.

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