Policy Number: C9.0
Policy Name: PARKING APPEALS BOARD
APPEALING A PARKING OR TRAFFIC CITATION
Anyone who has a valid reason to contest a citation may do so in one of the following ways:
The appeals administrator's decision is based on the following criteria:
If the appellant does not agree with the university parking appeals administrator, the appeal may be taken to the Parking Appeals Board. The appellant must indicate this intent to the appeals administrator within seven days of the original decision. The appeals administrator will contact the chair person of the Parking Appeals Board to arrange an appointment with the Board.
ARTICLE I - DUTIES AND POWERS
This board will be the authorized body by which members of the RIT community, persons doing business with the university, and visitors may continue the appeal process in the event that the original appeal through the university parking appeals administrator is denied or unsatisfactory, and through which moving violations may be appealed. The Parking Appeals Board will report to the director of Parking and Transportation.
ARTICLE II - PURPOSE AND FUNCTION
The purpose and function of the RIT Parking Appeals Board is:
ARTICLE III - MEMBERSHIP
The Parking Appeals Board will consist of seven members. Three of these will be students appointed by the president of the Student Government, two will be faculty members appointed by the chairperson of the Academic Senate, and two will be staff members appointed by the chair of Staff Council. Terms of office are for one calendar year. Members may be reappointed, but may not serve more than two consecutive terms. All members must be in good standing with the university community. Students must present a valid RIT ID card to the chairperson at the beginning of every academic quarter, and all members must have a letter of appointment from their original appointing authority. There will be at least one designated alternate for each of faculty, staff and student membership classes who has been approved by the original appointing authority.
ARTICLE IV - OFFICERS
The Parking Appeals Board will have a chairperson, a vice-chairperson, and a recording secretary. Student representatives may not hold the position of chairperson.
ARTICLE V - DECISIONS
ARTICLE VI - APPEALS
As a hearing/appeals body, the RIT/Parking Appeals Board may:
No further sanctions are available to the Parking Appeals Board.
Responsible: Office of Parking and Transportation
Effective Date: Approved January 1989
Edited August, 2010