The Michigan Daily - Friday, September 19, 1986- Page5
New co-op remains uncompleted
By ANDY MILLS
The construction and
renovation of several rooms, fire
escapes, and hallways at Luther
House on Hill St. has caused
problems for many residents of
the newly formed co-op.
Members of the house are
adjusting to the on-going
construction. Some residents are
doubling or tripling up until their
rooms - for which they signed
leases - are completed.
begun over the summer, was
expected to be completed by the
beginning of this term, but was
delayed by a wait for city
approval, the late arrival of
building materials, and other
According to Inter-Cooperative
Council (ICC) Executive Director
Jim Jones, these delays are
common in all construction
projects. The ICC sent out a letter
in early August informing
Luther House lessees of the
Six people were without rooms
when the term began. In response
to residents' complaints about
constuction and pleas to
eliminate overcrowding, the ICC
has decided to let five members of
Luther House out of their leases-
and the sixth has moved to a
different cooperative house.
BUT THE construction
remains a problem to residents.
According to pharmicology
graduate student and Luther
resident Dan TerBush, the
inconvience caused by the
construction is "literally a pain
in the butt." One of the living
rooms is cluttered with wood,
sawhorses, and tools.
Some residents' rooms which
are in the basement are
constructed, but not complete.
Although the rooms are "livable,"
the walls are the foundation
walls; no drywall is up yet and
exposed pipes run across the
A date of completion has not
been set for the renovations,
which will ost $26,500.
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