Define terms: significant, parking spaces, on-campus
I. There is a need for more parking spaces
II. Our Plan will Solve this problem
1. Mandate: Our plan requires the building of 250 additional spaces in a parking garage
Mechanism: The College
will contract and build a 250 space garage across from the new
Function: The new garage
will be funded by monthly parking fees from employees, visitor parking fees,
tuition and fund-raising. Access will
be available from Broadway,
III. Our plan will Solve the need producing advantages.
Solvency A. More spaces will eliminate the need for on street parking and will be safer for cars
Solvency B. More spaces on campus will eliminate long walks in the dark and likely make spaces available where students need them.
Solvency C. Prospectives will discover how convenient MC is for parking, be impressed and matriculate.
Advantage D. College revenues will increase in the long-run
Advantage E. More and better parking will make MC attractive for summer workshops and similar events
I.A no signif -- too few cars damaged
I. B. what non-sense. No Harm. Walking is good, not a harm. also, no evidence of danger (and no significant danger)
I.C. no evidence of significant # of declining prospectives due to parking issues,
Inher: SQ solves (Euclid lot) and
Work 1. The money isn't there.
Work 2. Illegal to create access according to city laws
Solv A. and B. No significant advantage in safety and all walks are short so no adv. there either.
Solv. C. Propspectives don't notice parking so no effect.
Solv.D. No reliable evidence this is true.