"Efforts to bring this development to fruition on this site have been under way for about 10 years," said Keenum. "It has been a long and rocky road, as you well know. But our staff, working with the city, state and federal offices, the current private partner and others, have been persistent."MSU purchased the John M. Stone Cotton Mill in 1965 and renamed it after the school's former superintendent of utilities, E.E. Cooley. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
College Board Approves The Mill At MSU Development
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