Officials haven’t decided what will happen to the buildings on the Grand Island Veterans Home campus after residents are transferred to their new home in Kearney in January. Gov. Pete Ricketts announced in 2015 the state would return the current 640-acre site to the city of Grand Island in two phases. The first phase in 2016 included turning over most of the land that held recreation areas and crop fields. The second phase includes the rest of the property. On it sits the veterans home buildings and a cemetery. The city hasn’t completed its plans for the property yet. The Nebraska Department of Veterans Affairs will maintain control of the campus until all equipment is removed from the buildings. The state Department of Administrative Services then will assume control and deal with the city. Grand Island, Kearney, Hastings and North Platte all competed for the project to replace the outdated, 225-bed Grand Island facility. Plans are for the 95 or so residents to eat breakfast at their old home on Jan. 16 and lunch at their new home 34 miles away in Kearney.