Options were discussed for the future of the president’s home at an informal meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Central Arkansas on Saturday at The Red Apple Inn in Heber Springs.
No votes were taken on any of the matters considered by the trustees.
The board heard each vice president or department head deliver an overview of goals or desired accomplishments in the next year, according to Jeff Pitchford, vice-president of university and government relations.
In addition, Patsy Minton-Newton, chairman of the President’s Residence Advisory Committee, distributed a progress report from the committee. The group has been meeting since it was charged by trustees with the project in February.