Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, June 16, 1980, Section A, Page 15, Image 14

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    Amazon rent increases for capital improvements
ncDiucmo v i me m m a Z O n
Family Housing Complex will
pay $9 more rent per month
beginning July 1 for capital
improvements.
The increase has been
proposed by the University
housing department and the
Amazon Policy Board to cover
the costs of 24 improvements
for the Patterson Street housing
complex.
“If we maintain the same level
of maintenance and services
next year, a rent increase is not
necessary,” said Dan Williams,
housing director, in a recent
letter to Amazon residents. He
added that a recent building
condition report recommends
the 24 improvements "to extend
the life of the Amazon family
housing area and insure low
rents in Amazon for many, many
years to come."
The Amazon Policy Board
approved a $15 per month rent
increase to pay for the im
provements, but Williams said a
$9 increase is proposed
because all the improvements
cannot be made at once.
Suggested projects include
improved drainage, more ef
ficient heat sources and new
gutters. Installation of ceiling
insulation had already been
completed, Williams said.
A hearing on the rent increase
will be held at 9 a m. June 25 at
the housing department's con
ference room in Walton Hall on
15th Street. Oral and written
statements will be accepted on
the proposal which will make
rents $79 per month for a one
bedroom apartment, $89 for a
two-bedroom apartment and
$99 for a three-bedroom apart
ment.
Williams said there will be no
rent increase for residents of
the Westmoreland housing
complex
Library given significant new trust
A new trust, designed to
provide funds to meet the high
est priorities of the University
Library, has been established by
a Grants Pass couple.
The Robert Yule Walker and
the Ruth Powell Walker Library
Funds, a $75,000 annuity trust
was established through the
University Foundation earlier
this spring.
Conditions of the trust state
that it first should be used as a
discretionary fund by University
Pres. William Boyd to meet the
pressing needs of the Universi
ty
“The ultimate use of the trust
for the library is one of the
greatest significance. The li
brary is the undisputed top
priority of the University,” Boyd
says
“We are delighted with the
Walkers' decision to make this
generous gift which will directly
support the University's fore
most concern — the quality of
the library,” says foundation
member Douglas Wilson.
‘ The gift represents the
beginning of an even greater
effort by the University to meet
the critical needs of the li
brary.
Library administrators says
an inflation rate of almost 25
percent of the periodicals and
books has made the library
budget inadequate for meeting
the acquistition needs of a
quality research library
The feasibility of raising
private funds for a library en
dowment is also being ex
amined by University adminis
trators.
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in Eugene!
Finnegan s of Eugene has the same incredible
selection of American and imported greeting
cards as our store in Portland
We stock over 1500 different designs from
Pawprints, Recycled, Paper Moon, Caspan,
Schurman, Portal, Workshop, Michel,
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begin June 24
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and Thursday until August 7 Deadlines for
publication are Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. lor
Thursday's Issue and Thursday at 1:00 p.m.
lor Tuesday's issue. 6-26
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