[aclug-L] Re: WSU parking
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Also, be aware that if any vestige of a former WSU permit remains on your car
then you will get ticketed for an expired permit they WILL NOT excuse the
ticket. A friend was a past student and was on campus for a work related
reason and was ticketed. He can't even re-enroll until his fine is paid and
they won't excuse the fine. As a result, Learjet Lab Services won't be
loaning any more equipment to the university. That didn't matter either. WSU
is a strange place, but they have the local monopoly on "Real Education", ie.
Computer Science degrees. :-(
> after the 2nd aclug meeting i attended, (i've been to the last 3
> and have not received a ticket yet) i spoke to a wsu sergeant
> of the well-armed wsu police about parking.
> he also suggested going to the other side of campus ( from
> rm260 to the well-armed wsu police fortress back to rm260
> i've dubbed the complete campus tour ) to attain a 'visitors'
> i asked for approximate additional drive time and he said
> give yourself an extra 20 or 30 minutes and you should be ok,
> and if you're too rushed to pick up the tag and do get ticketed,
> simply sign the ticket 'visitor' and return it to the well-armed
> wsu police dept.
> i guess after you've returned so many visitor tickets in so
> many days, weeks, maybe months, the well-armed wsu
> police department knows you're a visitor and stops ticketing
> your ride or makes some other heinous request like -- you're
> payin' for this one, bud. that's $15.
> or is it $25 now?
> whatever it is . . .
> too much is too much.
> it'd be a nice if we could all join together and find a solution
> that allows us to comply.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Jeff <schaller@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <aclug-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 3:15 PM
> Subject: [aclug-L] WSU parking
> > This is for all the non-students who attend ACLUG meetings (well,
> > anyone who doesn't have a WSU parking sticker).
> > I just got off the phone with the WSU police office, and she said all
> > you have to do is stop by the police office and ask for a 1-day guest
> > hangtag. They're open 24 hours.
> > -jeff
> > --
> > Karate is a form of martial arts in which people who have had years
> > and years of training can, using only their hands and feet, make some of
> > the worst movies in the history of the world.
> > -- Dave Barry