"It feels really good to accomplish something like this," Totten, the center's advisory board chairman, said on Thursday. "People are buzzing on campus."
Totten said the goal was to have the center open in fall of 2017, but that timeline was based on the board approving the proposal three months ago. The board approved the center on Wednesday night in Sandpoint on a 4-0 vote with Todd Banducci abstaining.
"We're adjusting the timeline (on when to open) now," he said. Read more. Brian Walker, CdA Press