WMU trustees to consider sale of property, capital outlay requests

Contact: Paula M. Davis

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Meeting in formal session Wednesday, Sept. 11, Western Michigan University trustees will consider the sale of a parcel in the Business Technology and Research Park 2, among several other agenda items.

When the board meets at 11 a.m. in 157-159 Bernhard Center, trustees also will consider the University's State Capital Outlay Building Priority List, a detailed listing of potential building projects the state requires each public university to submit annually.

Trustees are additionally expected to act on a request to adopt a proposed Land Acknowledgment Statement recognizing and honoring the indigenous people who once inhabited the land upon which WMU is located.

During the meeting, the trustees also will be asked to approve reports covering personnel moves and other consent items.

The board's full agenda and accompanying documents are posted online at wmich.edu/trustees.

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