Parking spaces a scarce commodity at one college campus
Angelina College students say it's a tight fit.
The Lufkin Daily News is reporting: first day of classes at Angelina College brought headaches for students needing a place to park.
Complaints buzzed around campus Monday morning about the lack of available spaces. Several vehicles were parked in the grass along College Drive, and a few spaces were scattered throughout the main parking areas.
Angelina College President Larry Phillips said parking availability is better this year than last, but due to construction of the health occupations building, 250 spots are missing this fall.