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June 9, 2014 7:26 PM

UK trustees to be asked to approve next step in hospital tower's completion

During the next phase of a $763 million hospital construction project, UKHealthCare will spend $150 million if the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees approves the proposal Tuesday. Nearly half of the money will be spent to equip two more floors of the 12-story tower that opened in 2011.

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