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11/4/05

TTU Considering Building Parking Garage Near Stadium

Additional seats and parking could be available by the 2007 football season.

Friday, Texas Tech regents approved the study for a parking garage at Jones SBC stadium. The garage would offer 1-thousand-parking spots and offer a view from atop the garage where ten-thousand-fans could sit for games. If approved, the garage could open by 2007.

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