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Richard Stockton College to keep state-owned president’s home in Linwood as an asset

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Posted: Thursday, June 30, 2011 7:00 pm

LINWOOD — A home on Shore Road bought by the state in 1970 to serve as the president’s house for Richard Stockton College is now vacant, but college officials said they plan to use it to attract high-profile visiting faculty or eventually even a new president.

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