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January 22nd, 2010
The allure of an already constructed building was part of the pitch brought to UMass Lowell last Wednesday, as Ayer officials traveled to city to lobby the school's leaders to consider constructing a proposed nanotechnology research center in a portion of the Vicksburg Square complex.
The nano question was apparently answered with a "no," at least for now.
At a meeting held at the Lowell college on Jan. 6, Dr. Jacqueline Moloney, the college's Associate Chancellor, met with a carload of Ayer officials as well as Ed Starzec, representing MassDevelopment -- the present owner of the quadrangle and its outbuildings.
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