Adam complains about parking at least three time a day. He is late to economics class every Tuesday and Thursday, and Professor Willis simply cannot take it anymore. Professor Willis told Adam that he needs to wake up earlier in order to get a spot on campus, but sleep is vital to all college students. Sleep should not be compensated for the time to find parking. Adelphi should instead listen to the proposal in this essay, which deals with the plan of action to create more parking spots on campus. Spots are limited, and Adam is not alone. There is a large number of people who have a problem finding a parking spot. Parking is the number one problem on campus for both residents and commuters and a solution is needed. Adelphi has the money and power to create more parking spots on campus by extending both of the underground parking lots. The benefits of extending the underground parking lots will allow for Adelphi to cut down on their shuttle service, permit all students to park on campus, and for less accidents to occur.
A normal day can turn into a day filled with icy cold snow and warm hot chocolate just by one call. One call that gives everyone around the school district a sigh of relief that they can curl up back in their comfy beds and sleep for an extra two or more hours. Some may wonder how one call makes everyone’s day so much better: it is because it is a call from the school saying there is no school today due to icy conditions. Upon hearing this one can be sure that their phone will be buzzing with ones friends asking what they are doing today, or maybe one snoozes through all the texts and continues to curl up in one’s warm blankets, with dogs heating ones feet. No matter what one chooses to do there always seems to be a trend as one gets older. This trend is that in the grades kindergarten through fifth grade, children love snow days to stay outside and play; then in grades sixth through ninth, children love snow days to stay inside and watch movies; finally children tenth through twelfth grade, children love snow days to again go outside and play.
Webster’s Dictionary defines gentrification as “the process of renewal and rebuilding accompanying the influx of middle-class or affluent people into deteriorating areas that often displaces poorer residents.” This sounds frightening to lower class citizens. However, Justin Davidson, author of “Is Gentrification All That Bad?” claims “Gentrification doesn’t need to be something that one group inflicts on another; often it’s a result of aspirations everybody shares.” Gentrification does not need to be the rich pushing the poor out. It can be the rich and the poor working together to make their city a wealthier and safer place to live. Gentrification improves communities by allowing more economic growth for all.
The last time I saw Charlie outside prison walls we were on the run. Charlie was on the run, not I, I just went along for the ride because he was my husband. Charlie was on parole, but he loved to drink his booze. In our state it's a violation to drink while on parole.
The gift that my group performed for the community of Juneau, Alaska is snow removal. The group consisted of my two most trustworthy peers Marcos Yadao and Mitchell Laudert. We all understood that living in a small tight knit town such as Juneau; the smallest of tasks can have the biggest impacts. That is when the light bulb in our intellectual brains and the idea of snow removal came to mind. It was an appropriate job for the winter season. With heavy snow flurries in the forecast, this would be an achievable accomplishment. With the service in mind our next step was to pick a location. We did not want to select the wealthy neighborhoods because the residents there would probably be financially able to pay for such services. The location that we settled on was not a poverty stricken area, but the homes consisted of elderly residence. To avoid complications with the occupants of the home and explain our reasoning for the free service we wanted to only do homes were the residence weren’t present. That did not hold up to a standard when we actually got around to carry out the service. The whole point of going out and helping people of Juneau with their snow blanketed driveways, walkways, and porches too was to gain self respect and also to prove to the world that good can come from anything and anywhere too.
Imagine this. New age travelers make their way into your neighborhood. The activity starts small. A recycling bin here a coffee shop there, then suddenly and without warning your neighborhood explodes into a frenzy of improved safety, restored homes, and higher rents (John Buntin). There must be a name for this strange and unusual phenomenon. Gentrification! Many people detail gentrification as though it's a horror film, but is it really that bad? While some people may hate it they sure do love to make fun of it, and with the recent rise in comedic takes on this buzz word, Gentrification has had a bigger platform than ever. Popular shows such as shameless, Kimmy Schmidt, and even Sesame street all have something to say. So what is Gentrification, Where did it come from, and should we the people be for or against it.
Since the vast majority of students that attend college drives a car, Miami Dade College had to find a place where students could park their car without taking the risk of being towed or ticketed. So the college administration allied at a first instance with Miami-Dade County to let the students park at the 117th avenue which is right behind the college buildings. The real problem came when the Miami-Dade County didn’t let them park there anymore. Consequently, MDC had to find another place to let them park, so they moved the parking site to the International Mall, which is about 3 miles from the campus buildings. Finally they got an agreement with IKEA to use the upper parking of the
Along with these signs, you might need a painted handicap symbol on allotted disabled parking spaces and truncated dome pads in order to be in compliance with the current California ADA laws. Truncated dome pads help people with visual impairments travel safely through the parking lots. Advocates have a legal right to file a complaint or take legal action if you do not display disabled parking signs and other pertinent elements that clearly define the fine amounts in the correct manner on the exterior areas of your building. California parking lots require the posting of a the towing sign, R-100B, at every entrance and the California disabled parking signs model number R99C that broadcasts that the minimum fine is $250 each time a violator uses a handicap parking space unlawfully. On top of all of these elements, you should post a R7-8B placard on one of your disable parking spaces to inform drivers that it is van
Now, in modern times kids nowadays stay inside the house and eating when your grandparents were young they would go outside and play. We kids these days are distracted by electronics which your grandparents did not have to worry about because they did not have any. Going outside will help you with your health exercise and obesity if you are fat. first what happens to your body and mind when you stay in the house to long.
New students entering Western Michigan University are allowed to have a car on campus. With every new freshmen class entering each year, parking poses a problem. WMU is already limited in its parking on campus and since freshmen are allowed to have cars, the students are faced with the dilemma of having nowhere to park or parking quite far from their destination. There are parking problems all over the campus, creating backups in residence
The driver is not sure where to start and is never sure how long it will take before they find a spot that is safe and convenient. Most of the time it will not be convenient and it is not necessarily a safe place to be walking alone. This part of Dayton has some strange wanderers, people who are mean and not very smart. As you dig and tare through the haystack and it gets close to being all in pieces, you know that you must be getting close because it has to be in there somewhere. The story is different when trying to find a legal parking space. The driver could go up and down every row a million times and if nobody has left or if the space requires a permit, the driver might be out of luck.