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No increase in parking fees for 2009-10 fiscal year
No increase in parking fees for 2009-10 fiscal yearMay 20, 2009Jemeli Tanuijetanui@syr.edu
Parking permit fees for faculty, staff and students who use Syracuse University lots and garages will remain at the current rate for the 2009-10 fiscal year, according to SU’s Office of Parking and Transit Services.
“This is an institutional decision that seeks to help alleviate any financial hardships our faculty, staff and students may be facing due to the economic situation,” says Al Sauer, director of parking and transit services.
This new policy does not apply to parking tickets, citations or violations; nor does it apply to visitor parking or daily cash permit fees.
The 2009-10 parking schedule begins Aug. 1 for faculty and staff permits, and Sept. 1 for student permits.
Faculty, staff and students who hold current parking permits will receive e-mail notification by June 1 with details on how they can renew their permits online.
Current permits will expire July 31.
For additional information, visit: http://www.parking.syr.edu or call 443-4652.