Questioner: Scott Hochwald
Posted to: Everett Malcolm, chair 2013-14 Parking Advisory Council
There are two business models out there – the Jaguar one and the Wal-Mart one. And I’d like the parking services to be the Jaguar one, as opposed to the Wal-Mart one, so that when the premium spaces go on sale, that if you have one of those, especially if you’re faculty and staff, you get the invitation to keep it, as opposed to being told, ‘You have 30 minutes to get online, buy it, and if you don’t make it, you can park way away.’ I’ll let you know I didn’t make it; I’m late all the time; and if I’m serving on any committee with you, I will be later.”
In responding of Parking question from Everett Malcolm, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs & Chair of 2013-2014 Parking Advisory Council:
Just wanted to let you know that the information below was shared at today’s Parking Council meeting and it will be further discussed at our next Parking Council meeting. Thanks again for bringing this concern to our attention.
Everett J. Malcolm, III
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs
(904) 620-2644 (fax)