UTEP officials plan to inspect two of the housing units on the fourth floor of Residence Hall 1 early the week of May 25. These units, one with four bedrooms and the other with one, will be fully prepared except for the beds that are expected in the next few weeks.
Contractors are scheduled to pour concrete on Tuesday, May 26 for the footings that will secure the public art piece in the Schuster Avenue roundabout. The plan is to close briefly the roundabout’s inside lane while the concrete is being poured.
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