Construction crews began work July 13 to replace and expand the parking lot west and north of the Nursing Building on UW-Eau Claire's lower campus. The project will increase parking capacity from 18 to 37 stalls. The project required the removal of seven dead or dying pine trees along Little Niagara Creek. Construction is expected to be completed in early September.
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