- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 4, 2014

FAYETTE, Mo. (AP) - Central Methodist University in Fayette is planning to renovate its residence halls this summer.

The school says in a news release that it will spend about $500,000 on the project. Renovations are expected to start in May and be completed before classes start in August.

The upgrades of Burford, Woodward, Holt and Howard-Payne residence halls will include such things as new closets, interior remodeling, news furniture and new carpet, as well as work on the exteriors.

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