University Of Alaska Anchorage Offers A Way Out Of A Jam Right now anyone with campus parking fines can reduce or cover the cost with good old PB & J . The donated peanut butter and jelly will go to students in need.
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University Of Alaska Anchorage Offers A Way Out Of A Jam

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University Of Alaska Anchorage Offers A Way Out Of A Jam

University Of Alaska Anchorage Offers A Way Out Of A Jam

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Right now anyone with campus parking fines can reduce or cover the cost with good old PB & J . The donated peanut butter and jelly will go to students in need.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Here's a sticky situation involving getting a parking ticket. The University of Alaska Anchorage is offering a way out of that jam. Right now, anyone with campus parking fines can reduce or cover the cost with good old PB&J. KTUU-TV reports that in exchange for donating jars of spread, parking violators can receive credits to cover outstanding tickets. The food will go to students in need.

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