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Portland State Univ. to Cut Laundry Service

PORTLAND. Ore. — Portland State University (PSU) will discontinue laundry services in its Peter W. Stott Center beginning this fall and redirect the funding to help pay for resurfacing of the Community Recreation Field, according to The Daily Vanguard, the university's student newspaper.
Workout shirts and shorts will no longer be offered, but towels will still be available to students and faculty paying locker rental fees.
Randy Miller, director of physical education service programs, tells the newspaper that PSU will save $180,000 in labor costs and $20,000 in soap and maintenance costs by cutting the service.

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