The Daily Tar Heel

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Friday December 3rd


Parking services fees to increase

Parking and transportation costs affecting the University are set to rise by $6.1 million by the 2015 academic year and to account for that increase, the University is looking to its students and faculty regardless of whether they own a vehicle.

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Elliot Road lot purchased for $1.65M

The purchase of a vacant lot on Elliott Road has sparked renewed interest in a site that has sat empty for almost a decade. Ginn & Company, the owner of the Village Plaza shopping center, bought the lot next to Whole Foods, where a theater used to stand, on Dec.

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Parking registration system crashes

Story reprinted from July 9 issue of The Daily Tar Heel.The Department of Public Safety began a new online first-come, first-serve parking pass system for students last week. It resulted in a system crash.Although an alternate system ran smoothly for the rest of registration, many are still affected by the original problems.“We’ll use the system when our IT managers feel confident again,” Stout said about the faulty program.

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