And it's extremely needed," said Ken Levison, vice president for administration at SUNY Geneseo.
"Our buildings are between 30 and 70 years old." Levison
said the Doty Building, next to the Village Park on Main Street, would be renovated to allow continued day treatment programs that are held there now, as well as the admissions department, clinics and classrooms the college can use on the second and third floors.A small auditorium would also be restored to use as a recital hall, he
"If we got the money this year, it would probably take about three years to complete everything," he
The trustees are asking for $951.2 million, including nearly $143 million on expansions to SUNY's
three hospitals, which a commission is recommending for possible privatization.