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DATE:  December 10, 2001
SUBJECT: Parking Permit Fees
EFFECTIVE DATE:   Paychecks Dated January 4, 2002
A & R CONTACT: Roger Basinger   (785) 296-5387   (Roger.Basinger@da.state.ks.us)
APPROVAL: Approved by Dale Brunton
SUMMARY: Increase in Parking Permit Fees for Non-reserved Spaces and the Establishment of New Parking Permit Fees/Payroll Deduction Codes for Reserved Spaces.

Kansas Administrative Regulation 1-45-7 increases the parking permit fee to $6.92 per bi-weekly pay period for non-reserved spaces in the state-owned surface parking lots and establishes the new parking permit fee of $8.08 per bi-weekly pay period for reserved spaces in the surface lots. The parking fee increase is effective for the payroll period beginning December 9, 2001 and ending December 22, 2001 paid January 4, 2002.

The $6.92 non-reserved rate will be effective for payroll deduction codes of PK0001, PKT01B, PKT02B, PKT04B, PKT05B, PKT06B, PKT07B, PPKT01, PPKT02, PPKT04, PPKT05, PPKT06, and PPKT07. The employer rate, payroll deduction code PKAD01 will be increased to $.53 (.0765 X $6.92). For employees under the Board of Accountancy agreement, the new rates for payroll deduction codes PPKT11 and PKAD08 (employer rate) will be $3.46 and $.26 (.0765 X $3.46).

To facilitate the collection of parking fees for the new $8.08 reserved rate, payroll deduction codes PPKTR1, PPKTR2, PPKTR5, and PPKTR7 have been established. The employer rate is $.62 (.0765 X $8.08) and will be collected through the new payroll deduction code of PKADR1.

The Division of Facilities Management will perform the necessary deduction enrollments in SHARP for employees who currently have reserved spaces in the surface lots. The Division of Accounts and Reports, Payroll Systems Team will make the necessary updates to the SHARP payroll system to effect this change for all employees for whom SHARP calculates pay. Regent's institutions are responsible for ensuring that this change is made in their individual systems.