The Michigan Tech football team had 10 players earn GLIAC postseason honors announced by the conference office Tuesday. Senior wide receiver David Walter, sophomore defensive lineman Cody Goldsworthy and senior linebacker Ben Tauchen were named 2nd Team All-GLIAC while defensive back Travis Tidwell was named the Freshman of the Year. In addition, the Huskies had six players selected as honorable mentions.
The official GLIAC press release which includes the complete list of all-conference honorees can be viewed here.
Meter Parking Made Convenient
For years, parking meter users have struggled to find the coins they needed. They have stood in driving rain, blowing snow and frigid temperatures feeding the meter. At times they had to run back to the meter to add more coins before their time expired, or worse, they didn't and received a ticket.
Now we are making a new service available at Michigan Tech that can change all of that. We have partnered with Parkmobile, LLC which will provide Pay by App (or 800 number) meter parking on campus. Parkmobile users can establish their meter parking session from the comfort of their vehicle after pulling into a meter parking space—no coins needed. Parkmobile users can also sign up for an expiration notice that will allow them to extend their parking session without returning to the meter.
Simply download the Parkmobile App or go to the website and register. Once registered, use the app or call the 800 number displayed on the meters or sign near the meters to establish a parking session using the zone number displayed for the meter—Michigan Tech currently has 17 zones.
While in the app or on-line, you can opt-in to receive a customized reminder prior to your parking session expiring and you can extend your session at that time. The app also contains a locate-my-vehicle feature and a map displaying the meter parking zones available.
Parkmobile charges users a few cents per transaction for the convenience.
For those who prefer to continue to pay for meter parking using coins or cash keys, as they have, those options will still be available.
Parkmobile, LLC is the leading provider for on-demand and prepaid mobile payments for on-and off-street parking. Their services have been adopted in more than 2,000 locations, including 37 of the top 100 cities in the U.S. by millions of registered users.