Committees & DTFs

Parking Expansion DTF

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Campus parking lots are crowded. With the planned construction of a new building and continued growth in enrollment, parking lots are likely to get even more crowded. Art Costantino, Vice President for Student Affairs, convened the Parking Expansion Disappearing Task Force (DTF) to study these issues and make recommendations. This page provides information about the status of the DTF's work and explains how to provide input to the DTF.

Charge | Members | Meetings | Options | Providing Input | Recommendations

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The Charge to the DTF

"The primary charge to the Parking Expansion Disappearing Task Force (DTF) is to recommend to the Vice President for Student Affairs a parking facilities plan and accompanying parking management plan to address the college's growth through 2010." -- Excerpt from Art Costantino's charge to the DTF.
In October, Art Costantino, Vice President for Student Affairs, convened the Parking Expansion DTF to study several parking-related issues facing the college. The charge to the DTF includes seven specific points and asks for a report by February 1, 2000. Art Costantino also published a memo to the campus community providing some context for the DTF's work.

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Members

The Parking Expansion DTF is made up of students, faculty, and staff:

Wendy Freeman (chair)
Director of Career Development
Jill Cordner
Student
Thad Curtz
Member of the Faculty
Michel George
Director of Facilities
Doug Hitch
Art Technician/Woodshop
Steve Huntsberry
Director of Police Services
Linda Kahan
Member of the Faculty
Mark Lacina
Assistant Director (Housing)
Trevor Lytle
Student
Sherry Parsons
Commute Trip Reduction
Masao Sugiyama
Member of the Faculty
Timothy Quinn (fall only)
Member of the Faculty
Bill Zaugg
Admin Ass't for Budget
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Meetings
The DTF held its first meeting on November 8, 1999. One way to stay informed about the DTF's work is to read the meeting minutes posted here. You can receive meeting minutes and other announcements via e-mail by subscribing to the DTF's listserv.

Meetings:
November 8, 1999
November 10, 1999
November 17, 1999
November 23, 1999
December 1, 1999
December 8, 1999
January 5, 2000
January 12, 2000
January 19, 2000
January 26, 2000
February 2, 2000
February 16, 2000
May 17, 2000

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Options under consideration

1. The first six options:
Before the DTF began its work, the college asked SCA Engineering to study how much parking the college will need to accommodate future growth and to obtain building permits for the planned Seminar II building. A working draft of SCA's report, which identifies six options for parking expansion, can be found here. Please note that the list of options included in this report is neither final nor exhaustive.

2. Six additional options:
The DTF created six additional options to supplement the six options included in the report described above. You can read about the DTF's additional options here.

If you have ideas that you think the DTF should consider or would like to comment on any of these options, please see "Providing Input" below.

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Providing input

"It is expected that the DTF will consult widely with the Evergreen community before finalizing its recommendations." -- Excerpt from Art Costantino's charge to the DTF.
Collecting input from the campus community is a major responsibility of the DTF. During the course of its work, the DTF will work to create opportunities for input. You can send e-mail to the subscribers of the Parking DTF listserve at parking-dtf@news.evergreen.edu.

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Recommendations

1. The Interim Report
The DTF has presented an Interim Report to Art Costantino. The Interim Report includes the DTF's recommendation for reconfiguring the parking lots. Send your comments on the Interim Report to the Parking DTF Listserve at parking-dtf@news.evergreen.edu.

2. Proposed fee increase
The DTF has made a recommendation for changing parking fees. A public hearing will be held to collect comments on the proposed new fees on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Library 3500. The proposed fee schedule is:

Current Proposed
Annual Pass $75.00/year $96.00/year
Quarterly Pass $25.00/year $32.00/year
Daily Pass $1.00/day $1.25/day



This page maintained by: John Carmichael.
This page last updated on May 30, 2000.