Dr Norman France had suggestions which might have saved Feller in August, 1966.
This was followed by a Special Report completed in November, 1966 by H. E. Strub.
This included an analysis of condition and future of the Feller building by a prominent architect.
A rather desperate public meeting on the future of Feller was held in February, 1967.
Four days later a meeting was held with both the Board of the Grande Ligne Mission and the Board of Management of Feller. It lasted until the wee hours of the morning. It must have been a stormy meeting. Chairman John Dozois was congratulated for simply keeping order. This was the meeting that decided Feller would be closed by moving that Feller "not" be closed.
The death of Feller College was announced in a peculiarly Sixties way: as merely "changes". As if this was perhaps not the end but rather a new and better beginning.
A future for Feller, which never was to be, was already envisioned by a special committee, as expressed in this undated document.