05-P-017 Increase in Parking Fees for City of Topeka Parking Garages (Supersedes 03-P-024 & 03-P-031)
|DATE:||December 15, 2004|
|SUBJECT:||Increase in Parking Fees for City of Topeka Parking Garages|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||Payroll Period Beginning December 5, 2004 and Ending December 18, 2004 Paid December 30, 2004|
|CONTACT:||Roger Basinger||(785) 296-5387||Roger.Basinger@da.state.ks.us|
|SUMMARY:||Increase in Parking Fees for City of Topeka Parking Garages|
Effective January 1, 2005, the City of Topeka is increasing its parking rates for all City parking garages. This rate increase will impact State of Kansas employees parking in the City's 512 Jackson garage and Centre City garage (9th and Kansas). The monthly parking rate for both facilities is increasing from $55.00 a month to $57.00 a month. The increases are effective with the payroll period beginning December 5, 2004 and ending December 18, 2004, paid December 30, 2004.
Due to the increase, the parking deduction for codes APKA02 and PPKA02 (used by the Department on Aging at 512 Jackson) is increasing from $13.85 per bi-weekly pay period to $14.77 per bi-weekly pay period. The related parking administrative fee code, PKAD04, will also increase from $1.06 per bi-weekly pay period to $1.13 per bi-weekly pay period.
The following parking deductions codes used for the Centre City garage will also increase: APKA07 and PPKA07 (used by the Department of Agriculture), APKA08 and PPKA08 (used by the Ethics Commission), APKA09 and PPKA09 (used by the Conservation Commission), and APKA10 and PPKA10 (used by the Kansas Water Office). The deduction for these codes is increasing from $25.38 per bi-weekly pay period to $26.31 per bi-weekly pay period. Parking administrative fee code PKAD11 is increasing from $1.94 per bi-weekly pay period to $2.01 per bi-weekly pay period.
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. Regents' institutions are responsible for ensuring that this change is made in their individual systems.