STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AT DELHI
§ 574.1 Application of rules.
(d) Veterans. Any veteran, as defined in section 360 of the New York State Education Law, in attendance as a student at the State University College of Technology at Delhi shall be exempt from registration and parking fees upon submission by the veteran of a written request for exemption together with written certification by the veteran that such veteran was honorably discharged or released under honorable circumstances from such service.
§ 574.2 Vehicle registration.
(a) A student, State employee or an employee of a college-related organization shall not operate or park a vehicle of any kind or description on premises or property under the control of the university unless such vehicle is properly registered with the college. Proper registration includes affixing the decal issued by the college in accordance with instructions provided.
§ 574.3 Vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
(b) No person shall drive a vehicle on university streets, roads or highways at a speed greater than is reasonable and prudent under the conditions and having regard to actual and potential hazards then existing, but in no event shall a person drive a vehicle in excess of 30 miles per hour unless a different speed is authorized and indicated by the university.
(c) No person shall park a vehicle on the premises of the university in such manner as to interfere with the use of a fire hydrant, fire lane or other emergency zone, create any other hazard or unreasonably interfere with the free and proper use of a roadway or pedestrian way.
§ 574.4 Parking.
(c) No person may park a vehicle within a parking area other than in the space designated for the parking or standing of a vehicle as indicated by posted signs, pavement markings, or painted lines restricting or limiting such parking.
(e) Parking fees as approved by the campus president, or designee, shall be charged for motor vehicles parked within designated lots, consistent with applicable collective bargaining agreements and in accordance with guidelines established by the campus president or designee. Such guidelines shall provide that the determination of the amount of the fee be substantially based on an analysis of the costs attributable to the operation and maintenance of the parking facilities owned and operated by the College of Technology at Delhi.
§ 574.5 Penalties for violations.
(a) Any person who violates any applicable section of the Vehicle and Traffic Law shall be guilty of a misdemeanor or traffic infraction and shall be punished as provided in the Vehicle and Traffic Law. Such laws shall be enforced in any court having jurisdiction. A complaint regarding any violation of such laws shall be processed in accordance with the requirements of applicable law.
(b) Any person who violates regulations or rules approved by the college council shall be subject to a fine, revocation of campus registration, or other penalty provided after a hearing conducted by a hearing officer designated by the chief administrative officer.
(c) Such fine for each violation shall be $30 for the first and $40 for each subsequent violation. In addition, for each violation of regulations or rules related to handicapped parking areas, the fine shall be $50 for the first and each subsequent violation.
§ 574.6 Notice and processing of charges.
(a) A complaint regarding any violation of a campus rule approved by the college council shall be in writing reciting the time and place of the violation and the title, number, or substance of the applicable rule.
(2) The complaint shall also indicate the amount of the fine imposed for the violation, and advise that if the person charged does not dispute the violation, such fine shall be paid as designated by the college administration within five calendar days. Fines not collected within the designated time may be deducted from the salary or wages of an offending officer or employee of the college or college-related organization. Grades and transcripts may be withheld until all fines are paid in the event fines are not collected within the designated time from an offending student of the college.
(b) The director of campus public safety shall serve as a hearing officer to hear complaints for violation of campus traffic and parking regulations enforceable on campus. The hearing officer shall not be bound by the rules of evidence, but may hear or receive any testimony or evidence directly relevant and material to the issues presented.
(c) At the conclusion of a hearing or not later than five days thereafter, the hearing officer shall file a decision and report in such location as may be designated by the vice president for student life. A notice of the decision shall be promptly transmitted to the violator. The report shall include:
(d) In the event that the decision of the hearing officer is that the alleged violator is guilty, the violator may appeal the decision within 72 hours after notification of the decision by filing a written appeal with the vice president for student life of the college. Within 72 hours after receipt of the appeal, the vice president for student life will transmit the appeal to a hearings appeal board for appropriate action. The decision of the hearings appeal board shall be final and shall be promptly transmitted to the appellant.
§ 574.7 Traffic controls.
(g) In accordance with section 1681(d) of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law, the State University of New York is to provide and maintain signs in conformance with the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices of New York State to post the regulations established above.