Number 91-29
Description Parking contest setup
Authored by Derrick Kinney
Sponsored by Rules Committee
Date Submitted Tuesday, October 22, 1991
Date Considered Tuesday, October 22, 1991
General Body Vote Thursday, January 1, 1970
Committee Other
Result n/a
Remarks No further information is available about this resolution.
Whereas The majority of UTA students recognize and have fallen victim to the parking problem on campus; and
Whereas It is the position of Student Congress to effectively represent the views and opinions of the student community; and
Whereas Many students are not aware of the channels to take in pursuing an idea on campus; and
Whereas It is desired for all people to feel a part of the decision-making process on campus.
Be It Further Resolved That The Student Congress implement a Parking Solution Contest for the entire student and faculty community; and
Be It Further Resolved That The current Student Congress suggestion box be used to place ideas of any sort to better the parking situation; and
Be It Further Resolved That A recyclable container be placed in the library, or other central location on campus, to serve as a second site to drop off their ideas; and
Be It Further Resolved That All students and faculty have a 2 week period to drop off their ideas. From a cost standpoint, entries be written on the entrants paper or scrap paper, including the person's social security number, name, address, phone number, and Parking Solution. An incentive of four free parking stickers be offered to the student(s) or faculty member(s) with the most feasible and prudent proposals. The parking stickers would be valid beginning the next semester; and
Be It Further Resolved That Upon collection of enteries, the members of the rules committee will review all proposals. If a proposal is selected, the student/faculty member(s) will be recognized at a Student Congress general meeting and presented with the parking stickers; and
Be It Further Resolved That All members of Student Congress, except the Rules Committee and the Parking Office, are eligible. Publicity for the Parking Contest would take place through a sign set up at registration in Davis Hall, various posters placed strategically around campus, and possible co-sponsorship with the Constituency Councils.