Neal E. Armstrong (Civil Engineering), Chair of the Faculty Committee on Committees, has filed with the Secretary of the Faculty Council the recommendation set forth below for changes in the composition of Parking and Traffic Appeals Panel, a Standing Committee of the General Faculty (UT Austin Policy Memorandum 1.503, page 3). The Secretary classified these changes as general legislation. The 10-day circulation rule for general legislation will be satisfied on May 11, 1998.
Notice is hereby given that this legislation will be presented to the Faculty Council for action at its meeting on May 11, 1998.
John R. Durbin, Secretary
Distributed to members of the Faculty Council on April 28, 1998.
PARKING AND TRAFFIC APPEALS PANEL
FUNCTION: To review petitions and appeals arising in connection with the parking priorities and enforcement of regulations.
COMPOSITION: At least eighteen members of the General Faculty, [
Currently, the Chair of the Appeals Panel finds it difficult to find staff members to hear appeals, and thus some members are called to serve too often. Enlarging the pool should help relieve this problem.
*Student members shall be appointed by the President in the fall from a panel of names submitted by the appropriate student committee.