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Sec. 10(a) 92 of the Connecticut General Statutes provides that parking fines, less an amount not to exceed the cost of enforcing traffic and parking regulations, may be deposited and used for scholarships and library services or acquisitions.  This section also authorizes the establishment of a committee to hear appeals of penalties assessed for parking violations.

Appeals - To file an appeal of a CCSU Parking Ticket click HERE and follow the instructions on the form. 

Parking & Traffic Appeals Committee[1]

Functions & Responsibilities:

The functions and responsibilities of the Committee are to hear and decide appeals of penalties assessed for violations of the Parking and Traffic Regulations of Central Connecticut State University as approved by the Board of Trustees and the State Traffic Commission. This committee has no authority over towing charges.

 

The membership of the Committee shall consist of one member elected from each academic school; one administrator; two students (one residential, one commuter) appointed by the University President; the Director of Public Safety, ex officio; each union other than AAUP is eligible to elect one of its members. [Handbook author’s note: This means no librarians, counselors, or coaches can serve on this committee!]

 Procedures:

  1. Appeals shall be filed with the Chairperson of the Committee on the approved form within ten calendar days of the date of the ticket.
  2.  Within thirty days of receipt of the appeal, the Committee shall meet, consider and decide the appeal on the basis of the information provided on the appeal form. The appellant may in addition appear and present his/her case in person. Appellants shall be notified by mail at least ten days in advance of the date, time and place of the Committee's meeting.
  3.  Appeal decisions shall be by majority vote of the Committee members present and voting.
  4.  Notification of the Committee's decision shall be by mail.


[1] CCSU Faculty Handbook – 2009 p.4.63

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