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Capital development committee series
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CA UOFC uofc-1436
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- University of Calgary. Board of Governors
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.33 m of textual records
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The following terms of reference for the Capital Development Committee were approved February 13, 1968: a) Responsible for review and recommendation to Board on all matters concerning physical planning, assessment of priority, space allocation, site development, long range campus planning and other matters affecting the physical assets of the University; b) Responsible for preparation of annual capital budget; and c) Responsible for general supervision of construction after Board has accepted tender. In September 1974, the Capital Development Committee was disbanded, and the areas of responsibility previously handled by the Capital Development Committee were transferred to the Business and Finance Committee.
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The series consists of minutes and agendas, as well as the index and membership.
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- The material is in English.
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Administrative records of The University of Calgary are restricted for a period of twenty-five years. Access requires permission from the originating office. All records must be screen for personal use.