West Lafayette council unloads on Purdue over housing
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WEST LAFAYETTE COUNCIL UNLOADS ON PURDUE OVER HOUSING
The West Lafayette City Council promised to go off on Purdue about an ongoing housing crunch on campus and near campus. And it did Monday night.
The council railed on and then pleaded with the university – and, in particular, the new administration of Purdue President Mung Chiang – to be clear about just how big enrollment could get and what the forecast is for the university when building dorms.
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