University disregarding community opposition to new parking lot
Letter to the editor
Ridiculous; opposed unanimously by the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Governing Council, 40 members, as well as the executive dean of Cook campus, and the expansion of Lot 97 into Skelly Field will still happen? The University cares that much for parking, even though the lot on the corner is never full. It’s pathetic that the needs of both the students and the respected leaders of a college are so disregarded. Rutgers has really dropped the ball. God forbid I find out when the construction is going to happen, I’ll be sitting in the field I’ve loved.
Frank McQuarrie is a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences junior majoring in marine studies.