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The materials below consist of regulations of the State University of New York Board of Trustees. However, it is not the Official Compilation of the Codes, Rules, and Regulations of the State of New York. Readers are advised to refer to the Official Compilation ( 8 NYCRR Part et seq )in case of questions.

PART 583

STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT OSWEGO

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583.1

Statement of purpose

583.2

Application of Part and jurisdiction

583.3

Definitions

583.4

Vehicular regulations and procedures

583.5

Miscellaneous regulatory provisions and rules

583.6

Lack of space and/or intent

583.7

Adjudicatory procedures

583.8

Penalties and remedies

583.9

Traffic control

§ 583.1 Statement of purpose.

This Part is intended to safeguard the general welfare of the college community members and guests and to promote order and ease of movement on the campus by supplementing the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law, which is in full force and effect on the campus.

§ 583.2 Application of Part and jurisdiction.

(a) This Part shall govern the operation and parking of vehicles by students, faculty and other staff, licensees, invitees, and all other persons, whether or not presence is authorized, upon the campus of the State University College at Oswego, and also upon or with respect to any other premises or property under the control of said college. Any violation of any section of the Vehicle and Traffic Law or any applicable order of the Department of Transportation shall be punishable as provided by such law. Such laws may be enforced in any courts having jurisdiction. A complaint regarding any violation of the Vehicle and Traffic Law, or any county or municipal traffic ordinance, law, order, rule or regulation applicable on the campus shall be processed in accordance with applicable law.

(b) While supplementing the jurisdictional application of this Part to parking lots on the subject premises, the laws regulating use of vehicles promulgated by the State of New York shall apply exclusively on campus roadways.

§ 583.3 Definitions.

(a) College community member--every person who is officially affiliated with the State University College at Oswego, in a full-time or part-time capacity, as a student and/or faculty or staff member, and every employee, board member or officer of any organization over which the State University College at Oswego has direct or indirect control.

(b) Student--any person registered as a student at the State University College at Oswego for the purpose of attending classes. This definition includes persons registered as undergraduate, graduate, extension, nonmatriculated and special students.

(c) Subject premises--the campus of the State University College at Oswego and any other premises or property under such college's control.

(d) Vehicle--every device in, upon or by which any person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway, except devices moved by human power.

§ 583.4 Vehicular regulations and procedures.

(a) Registration of vehicles.

(b) Vehicular parking.

 

    Lot. No. Location Designated for authorized parking by:

    CR 1 West of Walker Health Center Campus resident/commuter students

    E 2 Maintenance complex Employees

    R 3 Rudolph Road Lakeside Campus resident students

    ECR 5 South of Laker Hall Employees; resident/commuter students

    E 6 Rear of Sheldon Hall Employees

    ECR 7 South Athletic Field Employees; resident/commuter students

    E 8 East side of Snygg Hall Employees

    CR 9 South of Funnelle Hall Campus resident/commuter students

    E 10 North side of Swetman Hall Employees

    R 11 Western dorms Campus resident students

    R 13 Western dorms Campus resident students

    C 15 East of King Hall Commuter students

    C 17 North side of Swetman Hall Commuter students

    C 18 South of Hart Hall Employees

    R 19 East of Moreland Hall Campus resident students

    ECR 20 Walker Health Center Infirmary employees/student patients

    E 22 East side of Penfield Library Employees

    C 21 NW of Swetman Hall Commuter students

(c) Vehicular operation. No vehicle shall be operated:

§ 583.5 Miscellaneous regulatory provisions and rules.

(a) No person shall:

(b) All vehicular accidents occurring on the subject premises or grounds shall immediately be reported to the department of public safety by the involved person(s).

(c) Every registrant or permittee in whose name a vehicular registration or permit has been issued, as provided herein, shall be primarily responsible for the operation and/or parking of the vehicle on the premises or grounds by any person using or operating the vehicle with the permission, express or implied, of such registrant or permittee.

(d) Regulations related to snow removal.

(e)

§ 583.6 Lack of space and/or intent.

No defense. The lack of space in which to park a vehicle in compliance with this Part and/or the lack of intent to commit a violation of any section hereof shall be no defense in any action concerning any such alleged violation.

§ 583.7 Adjudicatory procedure.

Violations of this Part shall be determined in accord with the following procedure:

(a) A complaint regarding any violation of this Part shall be in writing reciting the time and place of the violation and the title, number of substance of the applicable regulation.

(b) A hearing officer or board, the membership of which shall not exceed three persons, shall hear complaints for violation(s) of this Part. Such hearing officer or board shall not be bound by the rules of evidence but may hear or receive any testimony or evidence which is, in the discretion of such officer or board, directly relevant and material to the issues presented.

(c) At the conclusion of the hearing, or not later than five business days thereafter, such hearing officer or board shall file a report in its official records and shall transmit a notice of decision to the alleged violator. Such report for the official records of the hearing officer or board shall include:

§ 583.8 Penalties and remedies.

(a) Fines.

(b) Revocation of vehicular registration. Upon a finding that 10 or more violations of this Part, for which fines are paid or unpaid, have been incurred during one vehicular registration period (commencing in the month of August, or such time thereafter when vehicular registration or renewal was effected, and extending to the first day of August of the following calendar year), such vehicular registration(s) as may be issued in the name of such offending registrant shall be revoked for the duration of the effective registration period; and such person shall be barred from applying for any vehicular registration or renewal during said period of revocation.

(c) Removal of vehicles. In addition to the penalties prescribed herein, the college may remove or have removed, by towing or otherwise, at the expense of removed vehicle's owner or registrant, any vehicle which is parked in violation of this Part.

§ 583.9 Traffic control.

(a) Parking is prohibited on or along both sides of all highways on the grounds of the State University College at Oswego, City and Town of Oswego, Oswego County.

(b) 20 MPH is established as the maximum speed limit at which vehicles may proceed on highways on the grounds of the State University College at Oswego, City and Town of Oswego, Oswego County.

(c) Yield intersections. The following intersections on the grounds of the State University College at Oswego, City and Town of Oswego, Oswego County, are designated as yield intersections:

(d) Stop intersections. The following intersections on the grounds of the State University College at Oswego, City and Town of Oswego, Oswego County, are designated as stop intersections:

(e) One-way traffic. The following roadway on the grounds of the State University College at Oswego, City and Town of Oswego, Oswego County, is designated for one-way traffic: