Santa Fe (N.M.) Community College seeks bond approval

July 2, 2007
$25 million would pay for a health sciences building and other facility upgrades.

Santa Fe Community College is seeking approval in September of a $25 million bond issue to pay for a new health sciences building and other facility construction. The bonds would pay for $12.3 million of $16.8 million health sciences center; the legislature would provide the remaining $4.5 million. The college also plans to build a $7.5 million occupational trades/advanced technology center.

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