A&M-C, City Hope To Boost Campus-Area Housing
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Commerce Mayor Wyman Williams discusses plans for Texas A&M University-Commerce to develop housing in the residential neighborhood between Monroe and West Neal Streets south of campus, with the hopes of encouraging more faculty and staff to live in Commerce. The plans, advocated by President Dr. Ray Keck, would have to be approved by the Texas A&M System. The mayor also comments on efforts to improve the visibility at intersections crossing Culver Street and Highway 50 adjacent to the A&M-Commerce campus.