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MARYVILLE, MO (2010-4-21) Facing State cutbacks, the University in Maryville continues looking for input on ways to save money and keep quality services.
Yesterday an input session was held on facilities at Northwest. 2.3 million square feet in 76 buildings make up the campus and administrators are asking the people that take care of them for suggestions. Dr. Paul McGraw is the director of environmental services and says the idea is one of possibility thinkers. Two more input sessions on the future of Northwest Missouri State will be today. One on student life is at 2 O'clock in the student union boardroom and one regarding athletics starts at 5 in Bearcat arena.
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