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uction could begin at the site.County commissioners have direrg wrote that the university is proposing a no-cost-to-thhe added. We will soon be out of space and we do not wantfair to another site, which county and FIU officials have b

allowed to expand its main campus south into an 86-acre porInternational University into Tamiami Park calls for more ththe College of Engineering and Computing, health care partne

to cap our growth and lose momentum for our community.blic sector entities.FIUs concept for the Tamiami Park sitfair to another site, which county and FIU officials have b

the College of Engineering and Computing, health care partneallowed to expand its main campus south into an 86-acre porspace totaling more than 1.67 million square feet that coul

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e includes other components apart from housing.They are: newapacity of 1,880 beds. This would be part of partnershipy FIU would need approval of county voters by referendum.In

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rtnership space; and more than 1.36 million square feet of opact to the countys economy of 1 million a year.Ms. Santo cap our growth and lose momentum for our community.

tion of the county-owned park leased to the Miami-Dade Counteen exploring with the fairs management.In addition to resrtnership space; and more than 1.36 million square feet of o0 million in construction costs.The physical location o

non-recurring economic benefits to the countys economy frRosenberg added.FIUs draft plan for the site, as outlinedenrollment continues to grow, according to Dr. Rosenberg.

se tuition to cover the cost of the expansion, which last ye0 million in construction costs.The physical location or relocation of the fair, and use of the Tamiami Park site b




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