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ITS received as many as 35 student
printing complaints this semester

Mich. budget to
eliminate $484
million def icit

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lead for ITS, wrote in an e-mail
interview that there were about
30 reported printer problems
on campus between Sept. 7 and
16. These reports often come
from roving staff members, who
inspect every print site loca-
tion on campus during the week,
or from consulting staff that
encounter a printer problem as
they work, she said.
Loveless wrote that during that
period of time, ITS also received
between 25 and 35 complaints
from students who were unable to
use the printers.
Though reports were gathered
across campus, Loveless said that
the majority of complaints came
from the printing locations in and
around the Fishbowl in Angell
Hall, which has the highest print
volume of campus's approximate-
ly 12 million double-sided annual
page output.
The printer malfunctions
were caused by an infrastructure
change to the print servers that
was completed before the begin-
ning of the school year, Loveless
wrote. But because the change
was implemented across campus
and affected all campus print-
ing locations, Loveless added, the
initial problems were not unex-
pected.
"When a highly technical envi-
ronment is upgraded/updated it is
not uncommon to see some bugs
or instances where things do not

Students study in the Fishbowl yesterday. ITS officials said they fixed printing problems that were plaguing the space.

With federal help,
lawmakers make
budget deadline for
first time in 3 years
LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Mich-
igan lawmakers wrapped up the
final key pieces of the next state
budget yesterday without tax
increases and with spending cuts
in many programs other than aid
to public schools.
The Legislature beat its budget-
balancing deadline that coincides
with the start of the new fiscal year
Friday. Lawmakers had missed the
deadline in two of the past three
years, but the job was made easier
this time because of extra cash
from the federal government.
Some of the final bills passed
yesterday by the Republican-
led Senate and the Democratic-
run House included proposals
to allow Sunday morning liquor
sales in Michigan and provide
money for road projects. The
bills will be reviewed by Demo-
cratic Gov. Jennifer Granholm,
spokeswoman Liz Boyd said late
Wednesday.
Lawmakers are erasing a pro-
jected $484 million deficit in the
next budget. The deficit would
have been far larger if it weren't
for extra federal help.
The latest boosts came with
the announcement in August that
Michigan would get an additional
$380 million for Medicaid and
about $316 million for schools.
Overall, more than $1 billion in
one-time, extra federal assistance
will be in next year's budget.

"It's the best we could do in
a tough situation," Democratic
House Speaker Andy Dillon said
of the budget, hindered in large
part because of dwindling rev-
enues due to Michigan's poor
economy. "Thank God for the
support from the federal govern-
ment, because it would have been
very difficult."
Dillon and Republican leaders
said next year's budget will be
tougher because the federal aid is
expected to expire.
Dillon had wanted bigger,
longer-term changes including a
consolidated health care plan for
public employees in the state. The
proposal has bogged down in the
Legislature, but Dillon may con-
tinue to push for its passage.
Senate Republican Majority
Leader Mike Bishop wanted more
cost-saving reforms in the budget,
but a consensus on many of his
plans could not be reached.
"I think, under the circum-
stances, this budget did take a
step in the right direction," Bish-
op said.
The Legislature voted Wednes-
day to restore $154 per student to
every district in the state in the
fiscal year that starts Friday. That
essentially would return schools
to at least the annual minimum
of $7,316 per student that districts
were supposed to get before bud-
get cuts in the 2009-10 fiscal year.
Districts would get $23 to $46 per
student on top of that, depending
on how much they now receive in
state aid.
Most community colleges will *
be safe from operating budget
cuts, but universities face a 2.8
percent reduction.

work in their anticipated man-
ner," Loveless wrote.
As ITS staff worked to find the
sources of complaint, they discov-
ered problems with queue moni-
tor displays and the sequence in
which jobs were printed, Loveless
said. There was also a problem
with the multiple pages per sheet
setting on the MPrint website.
After changes were made to the
coding and infrastructure of the
print servers, Loveless wrote that

all previous system-wide issues
have been fixed.
LSA senior Casey Barnhart said
she had problems with the Angell
Hall area printers but didn't do
anything about it when the prob-
lems occurred.
LSA sophomore Amanjot Sarao
also said she had problems print-
ing in the Fishbowl, but the issues
did not dissuade her from con-
tinuing to print there.
Though the infrastructure

transformation initially caused
problems, Loveless said in a
phone interview that she thinks
the change to the new system will
be better for the campus overall.
"It really is going to be a great-
er solution, because we need
fewer print servers, which saves a
whole lot of energy, which is ter-
rific," she said. "At the same time,
it actually makes infrastructure
faster so the printers can respond
more quickly."

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