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Public invited to provide input into NWC's facilities master plan

Posted September 10, 2007
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P O W E L L, W y o. - Area residents interested in providing input as Northwest College develops a facilities master plan are invited to a 6-7:30 p.m. public meeting Wednesday, Sept. 19, on campus. The meeting is set in the Trapper Rendezvous Lounge of the DeWitt Student Center on Seventh St.

NWC has contracted with GouldEvans Associates of Salt Lake City, Utah, to create a plan that will serve as a roadmap for Northwest's physical campus in the future, according to Kim Mills , vice president for administrative services.

Those who attend the meeting can expect to see preliminary lists of alternatives for the facilities master plan.

"Using input from a series of campus meetings held late last spring, GouldEvans has developed alternatives for the campus and area residents to consider," Mills explained. "Meetings next Wednesday will allow interested parties to help prioritize various alternatives, identifying those believed to be good ideas and those which shouldn't be considered."

The evening meeting is part of a full day of presentations and discussions among faculty, staff and students on campus. For more information, e-mail Kim Mills or call (307) 754-6404.