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ISU Student Housing Vote Postponed

The state budget committee postponed a vote on Wednesday for the school to enter a long-term agreement with a developer.  That agreement would start the process to build a student housing facility on Wabash Avenue in Terre Haute.
It'll be a little while longer before Indiana State University can move ahead with some of its construction plans.

The state budget committee postponed a vote on Wednesday for the school to enter a long-term agreement with a developer.     

That agreement would start the process to build a student housing facility on Wabash Avenue in Terre Haute.
   
Officials say the board is requesting more information about the project before they decide to vote, but they are confident the construction will still move forward as planned.

"We will work with them over the course of the next few weeks to gather that information. This is somewhat unique, and this is the first time that they've been presented with a project like that. So, it should be expected that there may be more information and more discussion that needs to take place," said Diann McKee, Vice President of Business Affairs. 

The Commission for Higher Education did approve the student housing project last month
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