Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Illinois budget woes delay Rock Valley College's classroom remodel - Kevin Haas. Rockford Register Star

State budget woes have set back Rock Valley College's plan to remodel classrooms. It will keep students out of the new space for at least two more years. Rock Valley closed Classroom Building I in August 2013 to make preparations to build seven 40-seat classrooms, providing larger space for instructors and students. The building was gutted in May 2014, leaving the cement base and a few lights strung overhead. It's sat that way ever since. The college bid the project this year, but that was halted by the state in April. College officials anticipate that the fall 2016 reopening of the building will be pushed back to at least fall 2017.

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