WSU regents approve construction bonds
The Washington State University regents have approved $112 million in bonds to pay for two new buildings on the Pullman campus and one at WSU Vancouver.
The bonds approved at the regents’ meeting Friday in Pullman had been authorized in the capital budget passed by the Legislature.
They will fund the Vancouver Applied Technology Building, which is under construction, and the first phase of the Global Animal Health Building and the Veterinary Medicine Research Building at Pullman.
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