Starting Monday, students will no longer have permission to park vehicles in the B Lot.
The available spaces on the upper campus will be reserved for Lowe’s employees so that the new Lowe’s parking lot can be kept available for customers.
In return for access to the 245 parking spots, the Lowe’s corporation has donated $750 to Pierce Puyallup. Rather than cash, the donation will come in the form of materials and equipment.
“Mostly new wood planking to replace the expensive yet slippery wood at the entrance of the AAH building,” said Lowe’s asst. day manager Ty Gleekman. “That and two boxes of stainless steel finishing nails.”
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