L E T T E R S
I am dismayed that "New Signs Give Parking Info Much More Pleasantly" (Vol. 23, No. 18) is more important than staff merit raises and/or cost-of-living adjustments.
How much is this project costing the university while student fees increase and staff salaries are out of phase with the rest of the country?
Is it possible the "unpleasantness" could be left with the parking instead of the staff and students?
Rannah McIntosh, Programmer/Analyst, University Relations, External Systems
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