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PLEASANTVILLE, NY-Pace University, Westchester County’s largest university and the county’s 13th largest employer, said Tuesday its master plan to transform and revitalize its campus here had gotten municipal approval. The Town of Mount Pleasant Planning Board has voted to approve the site plan for phase 1A of Pace’s $100-million construction project, for which a Sept. 1 groundbreaking is planned, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Pleasantville campus.

The university says that the five-year, multi-phase project will enable it to consolidate functions that are now split between campuses two-and-half miles apart in Pleasantville and Briarcliff. Among other things, it will eliminate 3,000 shuttle bus trips per year between the two campuses, says Pace.

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