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The Board of Trustees at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro May 19, 2017 requested the Board of Governors designate as a Millennial Campus approximately 72.85 acres in two separate sites. The proposed Health and Wellness Across the Lifespan and Visual & Performing Arts districts would have a unique geographic footprint,
leveraging existing UNCG infrastructure and  transactions academic programs to enhance economic and community development for UNCG, Greensboro and the region. The expansion of the Millennial Campus would not alter the level of oversight required by the Board of Governors for UNCG property. On December 9, 2016, the Board of Trustees of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) approved the pursuit of required approvals to designate two districts, under the millennial designation, on the main campus. The sites were selected to leverage
existing facilities related to each of the proposed millennial district programs: Health and Wellness  Across the Lifespan and Visual & Performing Arts. In total, these two areas will encompass approximately  72.85 acres. The use of existing campus land for this millennial initiative leverages existing infrastructure and provides close proximity between faculty, students, and potential external partners. 
Banality of Evil alleged NCGS 116-198 Article 21B NC&AT/UNC-G Joint Millennial Campus
Credited in the media as the work UNCG district NC Senator Kay Hagan (UNCG Greensboro) June 30, 2003 General Assembly, Session Law 2003-294, Section 6.20 reallocated former Central School of the Deaf to UNC BOG to be used for the establishment of Millennium campuses of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Stealing NCA&T Praise: UNC-G Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., claimed alleged JMC North Campus  former Central School of the Deaf as UNCG Millennial Campus. Video


Notwithstanding Union Square Campus, Inc. (Landlord) and NCA&T and UNC-G (Tennant) leases were not approved by the State Property Office nor pursuant UNC President delegated authority. Public Record documents implicate University Chancellors claimed to be duly authorized to execute leases on behalf of the corporation - which maybe the catalyst for fraudulent conveyance of land, improvements, loans, and lease fees to Union Square Campus, Inc..  
  • Public record documents indicate, DEVELOPERíS OBLIGATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AND IMPROVEMENTS TO PROPERTY, The schedule for the project, subject to receipt of all anticipated sources of funding, proposes construction beginning in early 2015 and completion and opening of the first building of the campus in the summer of 2016.
  • Public record documents indicate, Charles Perusse, Chief Operating Officer UNC-GA: Dear Chancellor Martin: On April 11, 2014, the Board of Governors of The University of North Carolina approved the following: A lease up to 25,000 square feet at no more than $587,500 a year for 10 years from Union Square Campus, Inc. --This item has been forwarded to the Council of State for final approval.
  • Public record documents indicate, "Michael Byers" To: Jonathan Womer (07. 2014) Subject:  Union Square Campus lease ďAs we discussed, John Webb in the State Property Office has asked that we use the UNC-GA delegated authority for acquisition by lease to obtain the leases for UNCG and NCA&T for the Union Square Campus initiative rather than sending it through State Property and Council of State.
  • Public record documents indicate, T. Books Skinner, Associate Vice President for Legal Affairs. To Charles Waldrup, Michael Byers, Subject: Re; UNCG&NCA&T lease documents for Union Square Campus, AS I understand it, SPO asked for these leases to execute under the President's authority. Once approved, the President delegates signature authority to the Chancellor, emphasis added.
  • Public record documents indicate,  Bruce Warrington UNC-GA: John, we do not have a lease on record reflecting a UNC-GA agreement for Union Square in Greensboro, emphasis added. Our records reflect that this was an agreement between NCA&T and UNC-Greensboro and other parties.
  • Regulations on Required Clearances for Real Property Transactions 4. All real property instruments are to be entered into in the name of the State of North Carolina, not the constituent institution, regardless of whether signed by the Governor, the chancellor, or some other official.
  • Public record documents indicate, UNC-G Chancellor Linda P. Brady, January 14th 2014, signed Lease  Agreement between Union Square Campus, Inc. (Landlord) and The University of North Carolina Greensboro (Tenant) location Union Square Campus, Corner of Lee Street and Arlington Street, Greensboro NC, prior to April 10, 2014 submission Acquisition of Space by Lease NCA&T and UNCG  to UNC Board of Governors and Jan. 2015 determination Union Square Campus would be located on corner of Arlington St. & Lee Street St.  Public record documents indicate, NCA&T Chancellor Harold Martin, Sr. signed off on Leased Agreement Union Square Campus, Inc.  (Landlord) and North Carolina A&T State University (Tenant) January 20th 2015.
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