UNC Board of Governors approves ECU projects

The UNC Board of Governors has approved ECU’s plan to pave the 14th Street parking lot, which is covered with gravel now.

The project will create 206 parking spaces and cost $950,000. The cost includes installation of drainage infrastructure, site lighting, security cameras and emergency call stations. The project, which will be paid for with parking receipts, should be completed by November.

The Board of Governors also approved ECU’s plans to replace the air conditioning chiller serving Umstead and Slay residence halls at a cost of $452,000, which will be taken from housing receipts. The project should be completed by next March.


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