Regents to approve demolition of Price Lab

BY DI STAFF | DECEMBER 06, 2012 6:30 AM

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The University of Northern Iowa will demolish roughly 70 percent of the Price Laboratory despite legal issues about the school’s closure.  The demolition will cost roughly $500,000.

Michael Hager, the vice president of UNI administration and financial services, said the legal issues haven't stopped the university from moving forward.

The demolition will leave the field house and west wing portions of the building, which are being renovated to be home to the Child Development Center.

UNI officials didn’t contact the Cedar Falls School District to ask if it had interest in the building, but Hager said he thinks the district would have concerns regarding the $17 million in maintenance needs.

— by Stacey Murray

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