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[84] > Image [84] of Minutes of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees, 1964-05-apr7.

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84 On the basis of the information supplied from the above sources a proposal for the reclassification of all existing spaces will be made to the Uni- versity Administration. Development studies for the first two parking structures will also be presented, showing in three dimensions the recommended site de- velopment and basic design characteristics, for each. If the information from the parking questionnaire is available on April 8, the above should be essentially complete by the first week in May. A final report will be made at that time. In commenting on the report, Mr. Smith expressed the feeling that the University should make it crystal clear that it is to be financed out of parking fees and not out of public funds. Dr. Oswald stated that the administration would certainly comply with this suggestion and, in answer to a question, re- plied that the reaction on the campus had been generally favorable to the new parking plan. M. Inaugural Plans Discussed Governor Breathitt said that the next item of business was a very pleasant one inasmuch as it was concerned with the plans for the inauguration of President Oswald on April 28, 1964. President Oswald replied that, in spite of a report which had appeared in Newsweek that someone else would assume the presidency of the University, plans were going ahead for his inauguration. Invitations have been issued to guests, delegates and Trustees to attend a breakfast given by the Keeneland Association. The breakfast would be followed by a luncheon at the Student Center at 11 30 a.m. with the ceremonies scheduled for 2:30 p. m. The inaugural ceremonies would be followed by a reception at the Student Center and the Board of Trustees would be hosts for dinner at Spindletop Hall at 7:30 p. rm. The plans as presented were received with enthusiasm by the members of the Board and President Oswald and the committee in charge of arrangements were commended for the manner in which this important project has been planned, N. Adjournment Governor Breathitt, having determined that there was no additional business to come before the meeting, entertained a motion for adjournment. which was seconded and carried. The meeting adjourned at 11:40 a,m. Respectfully submitted, James A. Sutherland, Secretary