Sunday, May 8, 2016

WV community colleges told to plan for budget cuts - Lori Kersey, Gazette-Mail

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin joins officials from Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia and BridgeValley Community and Technical College to unveil Toyota Hall last year at the college’s Advanced Technology Center. Under the threat of an “unprecedented budget reduction,” from the state, leaders of West Virginia’s community and technical colleges were warned Thursday to find ways to cut costs. “I would be remiss if I didn’t ask each and every one of you all and your institutions and your boards of governors in this unprecedented budget reduction point that we’re in to do everything that you can in your power to be on top of your budget and consider ways of maybe cutting costs,” Chairman Clarence “Butch” Pennington said.

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