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The University of New Mexico on Monday earned the last OK it needed to build an on-campus taproom when it cleared the state Board of Finance, getting support from a board member who is also now a UNM regent.
Michael Brasher, in his first Board of Finance meeting since assuming a seat on the UNM Board of Regents, cast a vote in support of the taproom en route to its 4-0 passage.
UNM now can move forward with construction in the southeast corner of the Student Union Building. Officials have said they expect to have the $650,000 taproom open by this fall.