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Neihardf Center to have RHA approves Bradley
new fire escapes, exits
Construction has begun on fire escapes
and 21 new outside exits atNeihardt Resi
dence Center (NRC), according to Bill
Schnackel, complex program director. The
work is being done by the William Broer
"The Nebraska State Fire Marshall has
said we have to comply with current fire
regulations," Schnackel said. "Regulations
state that a building must have one outside
exit for every 30 feet of corridor."
He said fire escape construction is phase
one of a three-phase program to insure fire
safety at NRC. Phase two will be to close
off stairways and residential corridors and
phase three is to install a new alarm system,
he said. The other phases will be imple
mented when money becomes available.
"We won't know the cost of it (fire es
cape construction) until it is all done,"
Schnackel said. "It will be at least $37,000
(the company's original bid), and with the
expected three per cent overrun of costs, it
could be up around $40,000."
Money for the construction will come
from bond reserves, Schnackel said. The
fund gets $300 of a resident's yearly dorm
Mondemization of NRC fire escape
methods has been delayed by the uncer
tainty of the building's classification, either
hotel, public building, or apartment, ac
cording to Schnackel. He said standards are
different for each type of building. NCR is
tentatively established as a combination
John Sipp, UNL coordinator of main
tenance operations for housing, said that
an automatic locking device will be put on
all escape doors in the complex, keeping
them permanently locked until a fire
Some escape doors currently are used as
regular exits, Sipp said. A monitor system
will be installed on these doors, enabling
Campus Police to know each time the
doors are opened or closed after hours.
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The Residence Hall Association (RHA)
voted unanimously Thursday to appoint
Harper Hall resident Tom Bradley as
RHA vice-president, reversing their Oc
tober 23 decision which rejected his nom
ination made by President Sue Ihne.
Bradley will succeed Karen Lundquist,
who resigned October 2 for personal
The decision was changed despite a
motion from RHA member Clay Stat
in ore to revise the constitution to state
that the vice president would preside at
all RHA meetings, as is now procedure at
ASUN. Ihne said she would allow Brad
ley to preside over the remaining two
meetings of the fall semester, stating that
she "wanted to see how it would work
Ihne presented a list of presidential
and vice presidential duties to the council,
concerning the question of whether or
not the duties of vice-president were suf
ficient enough to warrant selection of a
new vice president.
Ihne said the president's duties includ
ed attendance of many other campus or
ganizations and committee meetings. She
said it would be possible for the vice-
Dresident to obtain more duties bv
ing some of these meetings in her place.
Ihne also announced that UNL Hous
ing Director Richard Armstrong told her
that residence hall rates would probably
be raised again next year, although no
specific amount was given.
RHA Special Issues Committee Chair
man Ray Walden, also a member of the
Housing Committee Task Force, said a
survey would be sent to residents soon
asking them to evaluate differential hous
ing, to help them determine what, if any
changes, could be made in differential
He also said the task force was con
ducting a survey of housing directors of
universities in other states where the legal
drinking age is 19, to find out their
campus liquor policies.
Saturday breakfast hours will be ex
tended on an experimental basis in one of
the campus residence halls, according to
Judy Siminoe, chairman of the RHA
Food and Housing Committee. Siminoe
said there had been numerous complaints
from residents that they would like to
eat breakfast on Saturday, but were not
awake at the early hour it was offered.
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