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Re: [WordPress-Chapel-Hill] Meetup details changed: WordPress and Responsive Design

From: Anthony Z.
Sent on: Monday, January 23, 2012 11:34 AM
Thanks for checking on that, Barbara. Much appreciated!

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 11:33 AM, Barbara Rochen Renner <[address removed]> wrote:
I work at HSL and I just checked with Parking and Transportation.  Here's what they told me:

The patient/visitor lot for the hospital (designated as Dogwood Deck) is available (pay).
The Bell Tower lot (behind the hospital) opens for visitor parking at 5:00.  Park on the back side (near the hospital).  There is raised walkway on one of the mid-upper floors, that takes one across to the health affairs part of campus. 



On 1/23/[masked]:25 AM, Anthony Zeoli wrote:
After 5 pm in the area, some of the UNC lots do not require permits. The lot that is behind the ROTC center at the intersection of S. Columbia and South Road, the last time I checked, did not require a permit after 5 pm. You can read the sign at the entrance to the lot, which is on South Road.

I do not know if there is a lot that is closer to the Health Sciences Library that is freely avail after 5 pm. Maybe someone on the list knows the answer to that question, or you can look at the web sites I listed for possible parking instructions.

I know that it is difficult to park at UNC before 5 pm, but I think after, spots free up. The reason I choose UNC is three-fold.

1. They have the best conference rooms and computer equipment available inside Chapel Hill.
2. Many UNC employees will not attend a Meetup if it's not on campus and close to them. I think it's important to market to UNC to show them the value WordPress creates, and without them the word will not spread as much as it should. In addition, I want to make sure the students get the opportunity to come out to these things and learn from them.
3. Given UNC's supposed commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship, these sessions tie into that philosophy.

I know that the co-working space in Carrboro is no longer in business, so that's not an option. I have yet to check out the Carrboro Center, which is something that I need to do soon, to see if that's an option as well.

Tony

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 11:07 AM, Wally Robertson <[address removed]> wrote:
Tony,

In the past I've spent more time looking for parking at UNC that at the meetings I've attended.
Is there easy and available parking at this location?

All the best Wal

 
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On Jan 22, 2012, at 15:41 , Anthony Zeoli wrote:

Oops, I said, "do DON'T MISS OUT!" and not "so, DON'T MISS OUT. Sorry!

We don't want you to miss out, LOL!





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