Angelo State University officials have been given the green light to begin Construction on centennial village. Jennifer Jackson reports. Several weeks from now the Centennial Village construction sight will become busy once again. In the middle of July and that's when you'll see the ground moving. ASU President Dr. Joe Rallo says. ASU officials were given the go-ahead by the Texas Tech University System board of regents to continue construction on the new residence hall at a meeting Thursday---but not without authorization first from the Texas State University system officials. Dr. Joe Rallo: Until September first. Texas Tech does not have authority over the campus. But both chancellors, both recognize the campus. We had to get authority to move forward. The budget, two to twenty-three million dollars that has been approved by the system. More than likely it will get closer to 25-to 26 million. Primarily the cost of building has gone up. We're pretty much on track from last year. There'll be some study rooms, there'll be some meeting spaces, for administrative folk, residents assistance,and some parking spaces. Said Dr. Joe Rallo. JJ---ASU is expecting the largest freshman class in the institution's history this fall. With more than 300 students Centennial Village couldn't come any sooner. 350 students are waiting, well they would like to get on anywhere on campus. Texan Hall, there isn't any room over there..we rent out Havard house, and they're tripled up over there. This would allow us basically to have a 512 bed capacity, that would full up to current demand. Rallo says. Centennial Village will consist of four-bed suites and scheduled to open in the Fall of 2008. Jjklst news. Construction on the Centenniel Village was put to a sudden stop by Chancellor Charles Matthews of the Texas State Universtiy system due to budget issues.