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Parking enforcement to begin

By Abbie Bennett

The Daily Reflector

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As of Tuesday, nonresidents parking in the university area could pay the price.

Beginning in August, Greenville Police and code enforcement started an educational campaign near East Carolina University to let people know about new neighborhood parking rules approved by the city council in June.


The ordinance requires drivers to obtain a $5 permit to park in the residential area between Reade and Elm streets from 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. The area is bordered on the south by Fifth Street and extends north to the Tar River.

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Hatred for ECU

More City of Greenville ordinances making it difficult for faculty and students of East Carolina University. In light of the recent budget cuts & layoffs, our state should consider shutting down ECU. The city council and TRUNA would be happy for Greenville to be like Detroit.

What?

The students and people who live in the neighborhood are going to be able to park near their homes now. How is that making it difficult for students and faculty? Oh yeah, those people are too lazy to park in lots they are supposed to and want to make it hard for me to park near the house I live in. Get a grip David.

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