Student backlash curbs Ohio State's pricey parking rate plan
- More than 300 residents at Ohio State University's Buckeye Village Apartment complex were notified by parking contractor Camus Parc that they would have to pay $620 for a parking space.
- The spots were offered free as part of the lease, and the ensuing resident backlash led the school to cancel the change.
- According to an Ohio State spokeswoman, the school's decision to let the residents continue parking for free will only last until July 2014.
From the article:
Residents living at an Ohio State University Housing complex are now getting a reprieve from a planned parking charge. As of Thursday morning, Buckeye Village Apartment residents were being told they would have to play $620 to park. The spots had been free as part of the lease. ...
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