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was given considerable visibility through the news media, Dr. Singletary said he would like to restate the University's position which has been and will continue to be that no donor or supporter of the University purchases any appointive rights. All appointments will continue to be made as they have been made by the processes established by the Board of Trustees. The University of Kentucky is far too good and far too big for anybody to buy it. It has never been for sale, is not now for sale, and never will be for sale. Mr. Clay asked if there were any questions concerning Mr. Bryans' ap- pointment or any other items in PR 2. There being none, on motion by Mr. Kincaid, seconded by Mr. Griffin and passed unanimously, PR 2 was approved as a whole and ordered made an official part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 2 at the end of the Minutes.) K. Supplemental Recommendations of the President (PR 3) Dr. Singletary reminded the Board members that it is necessary to obtain approval from the Council on Public Higher Education for construction projects amounting to over $100, 000. In order that the facilities planned for Fine Arts, Lexington Technical Institute, and the Center for Biology of Aging may be included in the budget for the next biennium, the Board must give its approval for the submission of these projects to the Council on Public Higher Education. He recommended approval of Section I of PR 3 authorizing this, as wvell as the personnel recommendations in Section II. There being no questions, on motion by Mr. Black, seconded by Mrs. Blazer, and passed, with all present voting "Aye", PR 3 was approved as a whole and ordered made an official part of the Minutes of the meeting. (See PR 3 at the end of the Minutes. ) L. Dean {aywood Appointed Secretary for Development in Governor's Cabinet President Singletary said that before proceeding to the next item on the agenda, he wvould like to mention the recent appointment of Dr. Charles Haywood, Dean of the College of Business and Econornics at the University, as Secretary for Development in the Governor's Cabinet. He continued that he had been ap- proached sometime ago about the possibility of this appointment being made and that he had discussed the matter with Dr. Cochran. They had agreed that it would be an important service for the State and that it was good for the University to provide requested assistance to State Government when possible. Dean Haywood's appointment requires no change of status at this time