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OSU-M Dean And NCSC President Meet With Commissioners

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  Original Published: 12/5/2013

The leaders of the Ohio State University-Mansfield and North-Central State College campuses visited the Richland County Commissioners Thursday afternoon to discuss the campus' master plan for the future. OSU-Mansfield Dean, Doctor Stephen Gavazzi, says they want to create a Campus District Sector that would create a boundary around the 640 acre campus. And N-C State President, Doctor Dorey Diab, says the two schools must continue working together as a means of helping the community in general. The new student housing being built on Lexington-Springmill Road is considered an important part of the campus' effort to contribute to development of the surrounding area.

   
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