Offering a facilities tour July 14, Kelly Green, chief communications and legislative affairs officer for South Puget Sound Community College, stands in the former library currently undergoing a full renovation. Last week, SPSCC’s Board of Trustees voted to use $980,000 of the Olympia college’s reserves to bankroll completion of a renovation, instead of holding off for passage of a state capital budget.
Offering a facilities tour July 14, Kelly Green, chief communications and legislative affairs officer for South Puget Sound Community College, stands in the former library currently undergoing a full renovation. Last week, SPSCC’s Board of Trustees voted to use $980,000 of the Olympia college’s reserves to bankroll completion of a renovation, instead of holding off for passage of a state capital budget. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Offering a facilities tour July 14, Kelly Green, chief communications and legislative affairs officer for South Puget Sound Community College, stands in the former library currently undergoing a full renovation. Last week, SPSCC’s Board of Trustees voted to use $980,000 of the Olympia college’s reserves to bankroll completion of a renovation, instead of holding off for passage of a state capital budget. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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