Indian Country 52 #18 – Haskell Repairs
“To get its aging facilities where they need to be, Haskell Indian Nations University needs between $111 million and $123 million, a new report says.
Including restoration work needed to reopen the shuttered 1898 Hiawatha Hall would put the price tag on the higher end.
Haskell’s National Board of Regents on Thursday saw a report from the university’s first comprehensive facilities study since 1998, and passed resolutions in support of pursuing ways to get the plan implemented.
“Over 10 years, we hope that it’s achievable,” Haskell President Venida Chenault said. “We hope for investments from some tribes.””
– LJWorld.com, Study puts price tag on Haskell facility needs: more than $100 million.
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