Save Overnight Parking in State College during Football Weekends

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Pei Wang
3 years ago
Allowing alumni and friends to visit will bring and generate positive revenue to the city and borough.

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Susan Kalgren
3 years ago
As a homeowner and permanent resident, this update is a burden and will be significantly more costly to hosts guests at my own home. I am definitely against instituting these changes.

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Tracy Rowen
3 years ago
Parking should not cost so much for college students or for the parents

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Lori Zugelder
3 years ago
Please do not let one group ruin the tradition for so many!

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Margaret Walz
3 years ago
It seems reasonable to keep the tradition.

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Kayli Rentzel
3 years ago
This is ridiculous! Where are people going to park? There not enough room because we have so many awesome fans! They will just leave and contribute less money to State College businesses.

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anne ramer
3 years ago
The residents in State College benefit from the influx on football weekends; try to do it with class instead of trying to tow everyone’s car and make a quick buck.

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James Blackwod
3 years ago
I am a Penn State alumnus and I love visiting State College on football weekends. Please find a way to allow visitors to park while respecting residents desire for some privacy. Thank you.

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Sean Garred
3 years ago
My friends and family love visiting State College on game weekends and not worrying about where they’re going to put their vehicles. Please reconsider

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Hawkin Slusarski
3 years ago
Parking in State College is already a nickel-and-diming experience. It's difficult. Why does the borough refuse to accept that this is a college town and refuse to work with students on finding solutions and "piloting programs" that the overwhelming population will want and benefit from? Does State College hate students?