• The Culver Kidd Building could reopen as a hospital. Georgia Department of Corrections Commissioner Brad Owens has discussed an option of making the building into a prison hospital. Couch said the state could renovate the building for 10 percent of what it would cost to build another.
• The CSHLRA board is looking at making campus buildings independent from the old time steam system. Adding a heat pump to Chapel No. 3 offers a test case.
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