Thursday, August 27, 2015

Budget gridlock will delay Richland's Student Success Center - VALERIE WELLS, Herald & Review

The lack of a state budget isn't hitting Richland Community College's budget as hard as it has hit public schools, but it's frustrating just the same. The construction of the Student Success Center will likely come to a halt soon, said Greg Florian, vice president of finance, because without the state money, contractors will be forced to pull their crews out for other jobs. “If we have to shut down through the winter, we'll lose a significant slice of time,” Florian said. “We were hoping for a spring (2016) opening and that's probably not going to happen.”

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