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November 27, 2007

Meeting today to discuss new ISU building

TERRE HAUTE — Historic preservation goals for the federal building at Seventh and Cherry streets will be discussed in a public meeting at noon today in the courtroom of the building.

The General Services Administration is sponsoring the meeting to discuss the goals of the reuse plan for the building that is being transferred to Indiana State University.

The meeting will include descriptions and illustrations of the preservation and renovation work, both completed and planned.

The meeting will be confined to reviewing objectives and soliciting public comment, said Regina Nally of the GSA, in a news release.

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