Lafayette representatives presented updated plans for new residence halls that include public spaces to the Easton Planning Commission on April 5.

The College is projecting enrollment growth of about 400 students over the next eight years. This will help accommodate additional qualified students who currently are denied admission because the College lacks sufficient financial aid.

The presentation touched on several topics related to the project including parking, traffic, pedestrian safety, storm water management, sustainability, construction logistics, and others.

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