Arizona Regents to Vote on Going Forward With a Campus Eagerly Sought by a City

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Jerry Clark, architect, Lake Havasu City

A professional rendering of the former middle school in Lake Havasu City that would be the move-in site for a proposed Arizona State U. campus.

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Jerry Clark, architect, Lake Havasu City

A professional rendering of the former middle school in Lake Havasu City that would be the move-in site for a proposed Arizona State U. campus.

After years of negotiating with public universities, the small boating and tourist town of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., may soon strike a deal with Arizona State University to land a four-year campus. The Arizona Board of Regents will vote Thursday on a deal with the Lake Havasu City government and the local school district that would pave the way for a new university in the next academic year.

The Havasu Foundation for Higher Education, a group that has spent seven years