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June 25, 2014


Three architectural plans reviewed at a special Cowley College Board of Trustees meeting

A special meeting of the Board of Trustees of Cowley County Community College and Area Vocational-Technical School was held Monday, June 23, on the main campus in Arkansas City KS.

The primary focus of the work session was to evaluate three architectural plans proposed by Bartlett & West for the extended Facilities Master Plan.

In addition to reviewing the three options for the Cowley College campus in Arkansas City, enhancement suggestions for the educational centers in Mulvane and Winfield were discussed. The board will consolidate the evaluations and discussion points and present a feedback report to Bartlett & West.

Darron R. Ammon, RLA, LEED AP of Bartlett & West participated in the meeting via video conferencing.
The college’s nepotism policy was also discussed. Tony Crouch, interim President, and David Andreas, legal counsel, were tasked with the responsibility to review the current nepotism policy.