University of West Georgia outlines plans for Jackson Street campus

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Jon Anderson

By Sarah Fay Campbell
sarah@newnan.com
The University of West Georgia is considering using the old Newnan Hospital on Jackson Street for its expanded Coweta campus — with the financial help of Coweta County and the city of Newnan.
Jon Anderson, deputy provost, appeared before the Coweta County Board of Commissioners Tuesday to discuss plans for the expansion.
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