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Community invited to NAU master planning meeting

Northern Arizona University will host a community workshop kicking off the 2010 Comprehensive Campus Master Plan update.

The meeting will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3 in the High Country Conference Center Agassiz room.

The workshop will seek input from the community to identify issues and opportunities to be considered in the planning process. The master planning process will shape a vision for the future and serve as a road map to guide the continuing development of the NAU Flagstaff campus. 

Future workshops also are planned for the last week of February, March and April.

For information contact Kimberly Sharpe, neighborhood planner, city of Flagstaff, (928) 779-7631, Ext. 7217; university contact,
Paul Davila
, manager of Design and Planning, Capital Assets and Services, (928) 523-6739.

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