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January 27th, 2005
Budget plan gives $21M to tech center
Gov. Mitt Romney said he is committed to building a $21 million nanotechnology center at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, a project university officials and local lawmakers have been working to get off the ground for years.
Romney included the $21 million earmark in the budget proposal he rolled out yesterday, a somewhat unusual strategy since major construction projects are typically financed through loans in a separate capital budget.
University of Massachusetts Lowell
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