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Important Letters: Move in Day and Street Work

HEADS UP: Important letters to avoid move in day traffic on campus and a street work notice.

Move in Day Traffic Patterns

ATTENTION Faculty and Staff: Please be advised that the following letter, which was sent to students and families regarding move-in day(s), contains traffic patterns you should be aware of.

Move in day, 2010

Dear Students and Families;

We hope you enjoyed a restful and productive summer break. We look forward to meeting the new first year and transfer students and welcoming back our returning students.

As you arrive on campus for the start of a new semester (new students on Wednesday, August 24 and returning students Saturday and Sunday, August 27 and 28; please review your housing assignment letter), you will see the many exciting changes taking place at Millersville. The Student Memorial Center has been transformed into a premier social activity center and work is well underway on our new visual and performing arts center.

While we are vigorously pursuing all of these wonderful projects, we are aware of and sensitive to the temporary inconvenience that construction areas present. To maximize the orderly flow of traffic on campus during our opening days, we request your cooperation with the plan detailed below. Color- coded maps of campus have been included for your convenience. And, we will keep our website, www.millersville.edu up-to-date with the latest information.

Traffic patterns for Bard and Gilbert Hall – (Blue route)

Upon arrival to the borough of Millersville, please proceed south on George Street. Turn right on Frederick. Turn right on Brooks Drive and continue behind Brooks Gym until you reach the drop off area between Bard and Gilbert Halls. An unloading area will be established near Bard Hall. We ask that you unload your belongings quickly and then park in the Jefferson parking lot, located on Cottage Avenue.

Traffic pattern for Gaige Hall – (Red route)

Upon arrival to the borough of Millersville, please proceed on route 999 west to Duke Street. Turn left (south) on Duke Street. Turn left (east) on Frederick Street. Turn left on Prince Street. An unloading area will be established outside of Gaige Hall on Prince Street. We ask that you unload your belongings quickly and then park in the parking garage on the corner of Prince and Cottage.

Traffic pattern for Harbold, Diehm, and Burrowes Halls (Black Route)

Upon arrival to the borough of Millersville, please proceed south on George Street, turn right on W. Frederick Street. Turn left on Shenks Lane. Turn left on Centennial Drive. We ask that you unload your belongings quickly. There are several parking lots in the area where you can park your vehicle.

Traffic pattern for Hull, Hobbs, Lenhardt Halls (Green Route)

Upon arrival to the borough of Millersville, please proceed south on George Street. By the Student Memorial Center, George Street curves to the left onto James Street. Turn right on Centennial Drive.We ask that you unload your belongings quickly. There are several parking lots in the area where you can park your vehicle.

For any additional questions, contact us at Housing@millersville.edu or 717-872-3162. For updates, visit www.millersville.edu.

Sincerely,

The Department of Housing and Residential Programs

Street Work Notice:
GLEN OAKS DRIVE/ALLEN DRIVE

Dear Resident,

Please note that construction work is planned by the Borough to begin on Wednesday, August 17, for upgrading sewer and storm-sewer lines between Village Green Lane and Glen Oaks Drive. The intersection at Glen Oaks and Allen Drive will  be closed for approximately two months while this project takes place. Inclement weather can be a factor in the completion date. There may also be some construction activity on Village Green Lane as well.

We will make every effort to minimize the inconvenience associated with this infrastructure improvement. We appreciate your patience. If you have any questions in regards to this project, please contact our Wastewater Plant Superintendent at 717-872-5323.

Sincerely,

Edward J. Arnold, Borough Manager

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