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n n :d D'u'8 With J u n n n Volume 10 Number 14 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE AT PROVOOREM January 8, 1982 UYC Police Advise Sfudenfs n Parking By Ron Pulver Students returning to school, and new students have been advised by UTC Police that there are several parking regulations that must be strictly enforced. There will be no parking on the streets of 12th South or 8th West. Students found parking in these areas will be given an Orem City citation for violation. Parking will also not be allowed in the H;-f rrrkir lot west of the Student Center Cafeteria. Students, faculty and staff will be given a $10 ticket for parking in this area. UTC Security also advises that all vehicles parked in red or handicapped areas or on the lawn or other illegal areas will be towed. Towing fees will range from $25-$40. The vehicle will also be given a $10 citation. All students, faculty and staff should purchase parking decals for their vehicles. The cost is $5.00 and it will remain current until August 31, 1982. Students who park in student parking -lots will first be given a warning, then a $3.00 citation. After the second infraction, the car will be towed. According to UTC Police Officer, Terry Steele, information on cars that are ticketed are fed into a computer, making it quite easy for officers to know when the second infraction has occured. Vehicles that are parked in the employees parking lot without a sticker will be given a citation costing $6.00. Parking in two stalls also constitutes a ten dollar fine. These cars could also be towed. When a student sells a car, they should scrape the decal off and take it to the Bookstore. They will be given another decal for $1.00. Decals should be placed on the rear bumper of the car. Officers say they will give tickets on cars where the sticker is improperly placed. On Provo campus, students and employees are not allowed to park in visitor parking on the east side of the school. Parking in the Provo automotive area is only possible with a project pass. Officers also warn that they have the. .... msr'- ' ". xm Even though the parking lots are covered with snow, officers still expect students to abide by the parking regulations set by the school. C.N. C. Photo. authority to issue citations for moving Mpll SlAnTl HllQ violations. This is a state offense and will be Vr U V J V? I V 1 1 1 1 I lllU handled by the Orem Circuit Court. . Returning Muaents Mother nature dumped eight inches of snow on the Utah Valley floor earlier this week causing UTC to close its doors and parking lots early on Tuesday. The Provo-Orem area had been receiving measurable amounts of snow since December 24, but on Jan. 5, a large storm from the south left eight inches causing the closure of the school at 3 p.m. With threats of an even larger storm coming from Idaho, security officers wondered if the school would be open for regular classwork on Wed., Jan. 6. But the storm didn't hit the valley, and skies are continuing to be clear. Weather forcasters predict extremely cold temperatures, mostly in the sub-zero area. They also say there is a strong chance of fog in the area. Students are cautioned to drive slowly, and have proper winter equipment on their vehicles such as snow tires and chains. Ann Richardson, Student Activities Advisor, throws some snow into the Orem campus fountain in hopes of building a "snow sculpture." C.N.C. Photo.
|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|