Bond Measure Approved for CCC
On Nov. 4, voters in the college district approved a $90 million bond measure that will pave the way for updating, modernizing and improving college facilities. This bond measure will fulfill business and community members’ expectations for training and education.
Passage of the bond will also enable us to secure $16 million in state matching funds to construct facilities that meet the needs of today’s career technical fields and build a workforce development center at our Harmony Community Campus. We will also raise at least $5 million in private donations to support the bond proceeds.
To those of you who gave of your time and energy to support the bond, I extend a special thank you.
I am thankful that our bond measure received wide support among the leaders in the county, cities, chambers and newspapers in the region. Education and training are important to and valued by all. But most of all, I am thankful to the members of our community for their investment in CCC.
Moving forward, we will work diligently to ensure that CCC uses these resources wisely. We will mark our 50th year of service in less than two years. Because of your support, CCC will be well positioned to serve the community for the next 50 years.
President Joanne Truesdell
CCC Class of 1982