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parking..again [May. 15th, 2009|06:56 pm]
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[callate_y_baila]
A person potentially (supposedly definitely) is subleasing my place for two months this summer. Where can he park (overnight, all the time, etc)?
Or just from 5PM-7AM and weekends??

He is not a UMD student, he has a job near here (he already asked his boss they can't do anything about it)
My apartment can't offer him parking

We were thinking about me getting a permit in my name and passing it to him...but for summer permits, do they ask for license plates? Driver's license? Think we'll get caught?
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[User Picture]From: 0funsize0
2009-05-15 11:29 pm (UTC)
Unless he parks somewhere he isn't supposed to, you really shouldn't get caught. I borrowed my roommate's parking permit over the summer because I was working on campus and it wasn't a problem at all.
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[User Picture]From: risingdragon
2009-05-16 12:11 am (UTC)
I'm not sure where you live, but he wouldn't need a permit to park at Seven Springs Village. It might be too far from you, however.
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[User Picture]From: callate_y_baila
2009-05-16 12:24 am (UTC)
Parkside Apartments..?
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From: aeryn
2009-05-16 12:35 am (UTC)
People who work on campus use different cars on different days (especially families) so I'm almost positive the vehicle information does not matter.

However, if he parks illegally, the ticket will be issued to you and your account. So as long as he parks where he's supposed to, you'll be fine.
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