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Reitz Union Renovations may cost students

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University of Florida student fees may be on the rise. WUFT-FM’s Leah Harding
says the University is looking for money to fund some renovations.

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J. Wayne Reitz Union Director of Operations Mike Meernack says they have been assessing the renovation needs for the past four years, but the construction continues to get deferred.  He says the renovations would focus on specific needs the student body has that the current facility cannot fulfill.

 

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