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Arlington Heights Daily Herald Suburban Chicago Newspaper Archives Feb 2 1983, Page 5

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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Arlington Heights, Illinois Northwest Arlington Heights Down commuter by Pete Nenni Herald staff writer because a a hundreds of commuters have been parking in the Arlington Park race track commuter lot without paying track officials have hired Village police to enforce parking regulations. Since the new agreement took effect last Friday police officials say Public service officers have ticketed More than 350 cars whose owners had not paid the 75-cent daily fee. Commuters whose cars have been ticketed face a $3 Fine. Police chief Rodney hath said the department has received some Telephone Calls from angry commuters complaining that their cars had been ticketed. However he speculated that Many people were surprised that the regulations were being enforced after they had been parking without paying for several years. A i look at it this Way a lot of people apparently Haven to been paying out there a Kath said. A people apparently have been parking their cars and getting on the train for a Long he said the number of tickets being written has decreased since the first Day when More than 200 tickets were issued. He said that a Well Over Ioos tickets were issued monday. The Arlington Park race track commuter lot owned by the race track holds about 700 cars. Kath said that in previous years the police department was responsible Only for ticketing in handicapped Park ing areas or in fire lanes. He said track officials entered into the agreement with the Village to enforce All parking regulations at the lot. The Village will receive the Fine revenues which he estimated will amount to about $100 per week. John Lusher director of Security at the track said track officials previously placed an envelope on the Windshield of a car whose owner had not paid and asked for payment. He said the track recently surveyed the parking lot for three Days and found that a hundreds of cars were not paying for parking and decided to contract with the Village to enforce regulations in the lot. A people have been simply parking their cars and getting on the train and going because they know we weren to enforcing it in an enforceable Way a Lusher said. He speculated that while the track was losing Money the Village also was losing parking revenues because people who normally were parking in downtown commuter lots were coming to the track to Park without paying. Lusher said some commuters apparently thought parking in the lot was free. Lusher said police Are trained in How to inspect the payment Box and determine if commuters failed to pay or made a mistake in paying such As putting Money in the wrong Slot or having coins get stuck. Engineering courses eyed for Harper by Elida Witthoeft Herald staff writer the University of Illinois Chicago is considering a plan to offer upper level undergraduate and graduate engineering courses at several locations in the Northwest suburbs including Harper College in Palatine. Or. Piergiorgi Uslenghi associate Dean of Illinois engineering College said he has a extended feelers to several industries in the Palatine Schaum Burg area and Harper to offer the courses and said the response has a been encouraging but very the University already offers graduate programs in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering at Motorola inc. In Schaumburg and Uslenghi said although the programs Are Only open to Motorola employees both Are a heavily Uslenghi said the area is peppered with industries whose employees could Benefit if engineering courses were offered to the general Public. University officials admit they have had some trouble luring engineering students to the Chicago Campus for evening courses. Harper officials Are being cautious about discussing the proposal saying Only that they Are a always open to such Exchange arrangements Between the College and local universities. Harper president James Mcgrath also daily briefing today s Agenda a the Arlington Heights plan commission will meet at 8 . At the Village Hall 33 s. Arlington Heights Road. Upcoming events a budgeting and investing for High school students will be presented As a two part program feb. 7 and 14 at the Arlington Heights memorial Library 500 n. Dunton ave. The free programs Are sponsored by the adult services department and will begin at 7 30 . In the Hendrickson room. For information Call the Library 392-0100. Oif fur a special at coiffure Tiko a Colino a $85� or Cut amp style 500/0 of permanent wave by our Junior stylists first visit Only 1207a Elmhurst re. 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Place Cook county building 118 North Clark Street room 567 county Board room Chicago Illinois 60602 time 6 30 . Date wednesday february 9,1983 Cook county will provide information on eligible activities and requirements to All interested applicants for the 1983 program year. Eligible activities by category include preservation of neighbourhoods rehabilitation economic development land acquisition and relocation senior citizens and handicapped persons projects clearance activities fair housing Cou seling and selected planning Grants. The Cook county Community development advisory Council of suburban mayors and presidents will chair the meeting. The Cook county Community development Block Grant program applies Only to suburban municipalities of less than 50,000 population and qualified not for profit agencies. This meeting is open to ail interested persons and applicants for funding. 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