25 July 2006
JSU Trustees Told More Outside Funds Available
to Build Musical Arts Center
Joe Serviss told the Jacksonville State University board of trustees
more outside funding is available if they build the musical arts center at the university's McClellan campus. The other option
is to construct the center on the Jacksonville campus, which would scale the project back due to lack of space. The measure was not
ready for a vote at Monday's meeting. The university needs to raise $7.5 million for the $40 million project. Thus far, Serviss said,
it's raised about $1.65 million. When completed, the facility will have a 1,200- to 1,400-seat concert hall.
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