Fullerton College: A Pictorial History

In late 1990, a new green-trimmed, concrete Plummer Parking Structure opened on the corner of Lemon and Chapman Avenues. Specially coded cards were needed by Fullerton College students with parking permits in order to enter the 420-space structure without being charged. There was a $1.50 charge for those students without a card and non-FC students. The cost of the $2.5 million structure, shown here in an architectural rendering, was split between the City of Fullerton and the NOCCCD.
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