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Mot Parfiooiig ttf Proposed Fir Sfiutafls Vol. 9 No. 3 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM Oct. 24, 1980 "Negotiations fire Underway io declaim 100 Campiss By John Nielsen . Tradewinds Editor Parking S paces ?7 The parking situation at Utah Technical College has produced some headaches for the campus police, reports Chief Eric Frame. With the enrollment increase this year, many parking spaces are not to be found, A problem not easily remidied. "We have real growth problems on both campuses," Frame commented. Many illegally parked cars pose a potential hazard, especially when the heavy winter storms come. There are ap proximately 90 cars parked on the roadsides around the Orem campus. These automobiles will impead Orem City's snow removal efforts in the months ahead. School Officials have taken preliminary steps to investigate the building of other parking lots. The greatest deterrent to that solution lies in departmental budgetary cutbacks.New Parking "An alternative to the parking problem has been reached though, and should be implemented by this Friday," said Frame. Approximately 50 to 55 new parking stalls should be ready for use this week. They will be located West of the faculty and employee parking lot outside of the Business building on the Orem campus. The roadway will be designed for one-way traffic, the entrance on the East and the exit on the West. "We hope to utilize the maximum number of parking slots for the least V . Amount, of. cost,'." . replied Grounds Department spokesman Dick Van Zomeren. The possibility of more spaces may be available sometime in November. It has been proposed that the roadway between the L.D.S. Institute and a dirt road East of . the Trades building be turned into a one-way street. That stretch of road will be used to make up the 100 to 150 additional verticle parking stalls. This plan should also help fill the Trades parking lot, which recent surveys show from 67 to 128 empty spaces. This proposal must first meet the approval of the College Council and the Institutional Council. "Parking on the Provo Campus has become a problem also. Mr. Van Zomeren said, that negoiations are underway to reclaim 100 parking spaces from the Professional Driving and trailer area North of the Main building."" ' Campus officers will be on duty to help enforce this new move for more parking spaces. "The major problem of traffic jams can be solved if we can get help from students to park the way the area is diagramed," said Frame. 1 '. The UTC parking situation has reached a point where new lots must be opened to accommodate the student parking needs. New lots are being proposed in two different areas. (Photo by Scott Hancock) Women's Yearn Conflinues Season Graduation Students planning to graduate in December must pick up a graduation application in the Provo or Orem registration offices. This application must be accompanied with an official transcript and a $5.00 processing fee and turned into the registration office' immediately.. , . The U.T.C. women's volleyball team continues the search for an elusive first victory in last Thursday's match against Snow College the Wolverines were once again to be denied. The aggressive squad from Snow could very well be the finest team the Wolverines will meet all season. The Badgers have all their starters back from last year's con ference championship team. The young Tech squad yielded three straight games, 15-0; 15-12 and 15-3 to the more experienced opponent. Team Captain Leslie Bonnett still sees a lot of potential in the ever improving Wolverines. The5'9" returning starter accounts for their recent losses in saying, "we are really a good team, but we haven't learned to win," The somewhat lopsided scores don't accurately reflect the closeness of the match and some very questionable calls by the week with three con-referee didn't help ference matches The women are scheduled against Ricks hopeful that they will College, C.E.U and Dixie improve their record this College. DECA Officers Selected This year's Deca officers were chosen by instructor Dave Lit-chford. They are Ron Dow - President, Rick Bates - Vice President, Tami Morgan - Secretary, Greg Flores - Treasurer, Ann Graves, - Committee leader, and Cindy Beagley - Reporter. The goal for Deca this year is achievement. The officers and members are all ready and willing to take and achieve their highest in State and National Competition.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
|Rights||Copyright 2013 Utah Valley University|