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Written by Elizabeth Friede
Right now, parking is extremely difficult to find at CMC because of current construction projects. There are five mid-sized parking lots available to upperclassmen with cars. Parking lots are almost always full, so it’s a gamble every time you go for a drive. It isn’t too expensive to get a parking pass, so the main complaint is finding a spot. Freshmen aren’t allowed to have cars, which has caused an uproar. Approximately 60 percent of upperclassmen have cars.
The number of complaints about parking at CMC is astronomical, so the situation will probably be fixed soon. There are also several unavailable lots currently because of construction projects, but, even when the projects are finished, parking will still be a problem. The administration will have to work on ameliorating the parking situation on campus soon, as it is one of the top on-campus complaints.
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