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Joint Resolution of the Georgia General Assembly urging relocation of U.S. Naval Supply School


Joint Resolution of the Georgia General Assembly

Feb. 6, 1952

   
NAVAL SUPPLY SCHOOL IN ATHENS.

No. 57 (House Resolution No. 266).

A Resolution.

Whereas, the facilities afforded on the “Co-ordinate Campus” [the location of the University of Georgia’s old Normal School] in Athens, Georgia are maintained and operated at a financial loss, and

Whereas, it has been recommended that the Board of Regents of the University System of the State of Georgia close and no longer use the facilities located on said “Co-ordinate Campus”, and

Whereas, the said “Co-ordinate Campus” contains thirty-five acres of land more or less, ten buildings including dining halls, recreational facilities, class rooms, kitchens, medical dispensaries, dormitories, libraries and other facilities necessary to a complete education plant, and

Whereas, it has come to the attention of the members of this body that the navy Supply School located in Baryonne, New Jersey, has been required to vacate the present facilities used by said school, and

Whereas, the said Naval Supply School is seeking a new location in which to establish said school, now therefore,

Be it resolved, by the members of the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia, the Senate concurring that the Georgia Delegation in the Congress of the United States be respectfully urged to investigate and do all in their power to effect the establishment of the said Naval Supply School on the “Co-ordinate Campus” in Athens, Georgia,

Be it further resolved, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to each member of the Georgia Delegation in the Congress of the United States, and to each member of the Board of Regents of the University System of the State of Georgia.

Approved February 6, 1952.

Ga. Laws 1952, p. 476.