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TC3 faces unexpected construction costs

By SARAH VABER
Staff Reporter
sbullock@cortlandstandardnews.net

DRYDEN — The Tompkins Cortland Community College board approved during its Thursday night meeting the use of $184,000 in reserve funds to cover unexpected construction costs that arose during the $7 million renovation of the campus building.
The Board of Trustees voted 8-0 to remove the funds, with two trusteesabsent.
The funds will be taken from an account that had been set up to cover unexpected costs so it will not increase the overall cost of the project, Jim Turner, director of facilities, said at themeeting.

 

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