The final version of the Campus Master Plan presented on Oct. 18 was free of the proposals that stirred controversy last spring when possible new uses for the university’s agricultural land were discussed. Instead, the updated plan emphasizes a renewed commitment to the open space.
The plan to “renovate, rehabilitate and reuse” UNH properties lists 56 potential projects with 12 considered top priorities. Details were outlined during the meeting held at Huddleston Hall. Provost John Aber called the list “a template, not an action plan.”