Fulton B. Eaglin, an assistant city attorney in Ypsilanti, was appointed Tuesday night to fill a vacancy on Washtenaw Community College's seven-member Board of Trustees. , Eaglin, 33, was one of 13 applicants for the unpaid position interviewed by trustees following the resignation of former trustee William Mays Jr. Eaglin will serve through 1976, but must appear on the ballot next November if he wishes to seek election to the rest of the term for which Mays was elected last year, running through 1980. State law requires trustees to fill vacancies ttiat occur between elections. Eaglin holdsa BA degree in sociology trom Eastern Michigan University, and a law degree from Harvard University. He has worked as a NationalLabor Relations Board law clerk in Boston, and also directed a successful election campaign on behalf of three Cambridge, Mass. school trustees. Last year, he directed Ypsilanti Mayor George D. Goodman's successful campaign for re-election. The new WCC trustee is the son of Marquerite Eaglin, who is a counselor at the college and a former president of the WCC Education Association, the instruc. tors' union. Other business at Tuesday night's WCC board meeting included a reporfby President Gunder A. Myran that he has received verbal assurance from Darin & Armstrong, general contractor for the college's three-story library-classroomoffice building, that the new unit's 37 classrooms will be ready for use by next Aug. 1. Completion of the rest of the building is expected by September. Trustees approved the 32nd change order in the contract with Darin & Armstrong, covering several alterations in room designs at a cost of $12,621.54, raising the construction cost to $9,798,784.68. A scheduled discussion of WCC's formal educational and administrative goals for 1976 was deferred until the trustees' Jan. 27 meeting.
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