Master Plan shows signs of progress

The implementation of Angelo State University’s Centennial Master Plan has begun again, with a renewed gusto.


University personnel this week began the first phase of ASU’s plan to improve signs throughout the campus. The ultimate goal of the three-part, $550,000 plan is to direct people to campus, identify the campus boundaries and help people get from building to building once they are on campus, said John Russell, ASU’s director of facilities planning and construction.

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