On Saturday, one library shut up shop at 4pm; the other main library (sorry, actually it's now a "Rich person's name 'learning center'") hadn't even bothered to open its doors. And yet the swimming pool was still open when I was going home at around 8pm; indeed, to add insulting extravagance to injury, they had the outdoor pool heated and uncovered despite the snow around and about.
Can't the university at least pretend it's an institution of higher learning, rather than a place to babysit 18 to 22-year-olds?
While we're at it, can't the university shovel its walks? Isn't there some kind of law about this? Oh yes, there is...
REMOVAL OF SNOW OR ICE FROM SIDEWALKHeck, they could even hire people to do it for them.
76. The Owner or occupier of any parcel of real property shall, not later than 10:00
a.m. of any day except Sunday, remove snow and ice from any sidewalk adjacent
to such parcel for a distance that coincides with the parcel's property line, except
that this provision shall not apply to real property occupied only by a one or two-
76B. If an owner or occupier of any parcel of real property fails to remove snow and
ice, as required by either section 76 or 76A, the City Engineer may authorize the
removal by another person and the costs of such removal shall be at the expense
of the owner or occupier as the case may be.