Lynn University Plans New Entrances

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Lynn University, set to host the final presidential debate in October of this year, is planning to welcome what could be up to 10-thousand politicos and journalists with a new entrance to the school. According to the university, Lynn received a $1-million commitment from Boca Raton’s Robert Sheetz. It will be used to upgrade the main entrance on Military Trail, including a new traffic light with five lanes of traffic. 62 new mature trees will also be planted, replacing trees that will be removed to make way for a new sign.

Lynn is also planning to develop a new entrance to the university of Potomac Road which will include the relocation of an existing nature preserve.

Lynn’s PR Director reached out to us this morning to report that the debate and reconstruction are unrelated, but “well timed.”

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