UNT Health Science Center hosts public meeting Jan. 31 to discuss master planning process with community

January 24, 2007

UNT Health Science Center will host a public meeting for its master planning process on Wednesday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m. in the Education and Administration Building, Room 108 on the Health Science Center campus

  The meeting will update the public on the goals, observations, research and findings of the master plan process to date and present various options being considered as the master plan continues to develop.

  The four major phases of the master planning process include an observations and principles phase, which is complete; a precinct walk phase, which took place in September 2006; a concepts phase, which took place in December 2006; and a final plan, which should begin in February and culminate with a public presentation in April.

  For more detailed information about the master planning process or to view information about the public meetings, log on to the master planning Web site at www.hsc.unt.edu/masterplan.


For more information, contact: Lauren LaFleur at 817-735-5152, or via e-mail at llafleur@hsc.unt.edu.

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