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Old 10-22-2015, 06:59 AM
 
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Minority Reporter County Announces New Construction for MCC's Downtown Campus - Minority Reporter

Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks and Monroe Community College President Anne Kress announced the beginning of construction for Phase II of MCC’s new downtown campus, Oct. 20.

Brooks and Kress were joined by Legislature President Jeff Adair, MCC’s executive dean Joel Frater, and other local and state officials at a press the conference Tuesday. According to Brooks, the milestone marks significant progress made on the campus, which is scheduled to open for the fall 2017 semester. “A new state-of-the-art downtown campus is something I’ve supported since the first day I took office as county executive, and I am thrilled to be moving forward on a campus that will stand as a testament to our community’s dedication to local students, and higher education,” she stated. “I would like to thank all the project partners for efficiently advancing this important project to ensure its opening in the fall of 2017.”
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Old 10-22-2015, 11:07 PM
 
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This is going to be a fantastic addition to the city once it's complete.


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Old 10-26-2015, 08:12 AM
 
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Interesting. I'm in Syracuse and recall that Onondaga Community College once had a downtown campus in a building called Midtown Plaza ... kind of the size and scope of this building... in the 1960s. Midtown Plaza was imploded years ago. What goes around comes around (in another city) I guess!
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