New UBC boss should look at campus parking
I was interested to read of incoming UBC president Stephen Toope's concern about UBC's notorious deadness on weekends and 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone his desire to reinvigorate it ["New president wants to root UBC in the city" , April 27
May 4]. This goal is completely at odds with the UBC parking department's Buy Cheap Jintropin Online determined and escalating efforts to discourage weekend users. As a regular weekend user of UBC facilities for the past 15 years, I have witnessed this firsthand. Initially, large lots provided free parking near popular facilities (in my case, Equipoise Pilates Somers Ny the aquatic centre), but over the past few years this provision has been increasingly cut back, to the point that only a tiny slice of free Sunday parking remains at the far perimeter of the village. The minimum charge of $3.50 per day on weekends seems like a small rate, but the total cost based on one or two visits per week amounts to approximately $180 to $360 annually""a significant "Anaboliset Aineet" sum. Indeed, for aquatic centre users, it costs almost as much to park as it does to swim. (Curiously, attendees at the popular Vancouver Institute
Saturday night lectures series do get free parking. This, presumably, reflects a judgment that their interests are more edifying and worthy of support than those of mere mortals who wish to engage in health promoting, family oriented activities. It is perhaps not coincidental that VI lectures are frequently packed and appear to be one of UBC's most Primobolan En Zweten enduringly popular weekend activities.) I realize that UBC has a Monday to Friday congestion problem, but this concern simply does not apply on weekends. Transit and parking costs 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone are a normal part of working life""or student life""but to bear a similar burden on weekends buy cheap jintropin online too is Sustanon 250 3rd Week frustrating, lamentable, and likely to discourage the weekend visitors that UBC apparently seeks.