Campus Renovation Plan Leads to Town-Gown Debate for Georgetown University

Posted on February 9, 2011 by


Georgetown University is currently in the process of a campus renovation plan that will support the campus’ growth over the next decade. With the Georgetown University Hospital and campus dormitories as main renovations on the list, the residents of Georgetown have some major objections.

Members of the community listed construction noise, increased traffic, rowdy and noisy college residents as their main concerns. While renovating a college campus is important for the students, faculty and future of a college, should it be at the expense of your community relationship?

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