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Plans divert more tuition to cover UH repair backlog

The university proposes distributing revenue bonds to fund deferred maintenance in the 10-campus system

By Nanea Kalani

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Sep 19, 2013

~~<p>University of Hawaii-Manoa students would see a bigger chunk of their tuition dollars go toward repairs on the 107-year-old flagship campus under a plan to eliminate two decades' worth of backlogged repairs.</p>
<p>Repair and maintenance needs across the 10-campus system now total $487 million, with 84 percent of that &mdash; $407 million &mdash; on the Manoa campus.</p>
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University of Hawaii-Manoa students would see a bigger chunk of their tuition dollars go toward repairs on the 107-year-old flagship campus under a plan to eliminate two decades' worth of backlogged repairs.

Repair and maintenance needs across the 10-campus system now total $487 million, with 84 percent of that — $407 million — on the Manoa campus. Login for more...



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