Change parking in Parliament Village at TWU

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**THIS PETITION DOES NOT GUARANTEE CHANGE, BUT WITH MORE SIGNATURES, IT WILL HELP STRENGTHEN OUR ARGUMENT WHEN WE MEET WITH THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PARKING LAYOUT**

My issue as a resident here at TWU is that we, as a community, are treated unfairly by not being able to park in front of our living spaces and are forced to park at the back of campus next to the soccer fields. Parliament Village was created for the purpose of showing the importance of Sophomore students to the University, but it is clear we are simply being ignored at the edge of the University. While I understand there is a high demand for parking across all students, us residents spend a substantial amount on housing and our parking privileges have kept diminishing. These diminishing privileges includes the recent ruling that parking at MCL has been limited to only faculty/staff and commuters. This has become an issue across our residents because of the inconvenient access to our vehicles, especially during late times at night. I also understand there are classes in the evening, but the parking lot is mainly empty by that time and would allow commuters to park at places close to facilities such as Lowry, behind Jones Hall, and a Section of Parliament. But as residents being required to park in a secluded place, many residents have asked me to walk them to their cars because of how unsafe they feel regardless of the "sufficient lighting" placed on the route to the parking. I also am aware that are students who have disabilities, one such as my friend with torn ACL, Meniscus, and Cartilage loss in her femur. We have developed a plan to accommodate for parking, that way the residents are receiving the parking privileges that we are pay a large amount for. 



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