Laramie County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a bond that would have gone toward improving LCCC’s Fine Arts Building, Recreation and Athletics Center and residence halls. Of people who cast ballots, 58.78 percent voted against the bond, and 41.22 percent voted for it. The approximately $29.5 million bond would have gone toward improvements at LCCC
For those who have progression in mind, and think beyond the next year or 10, the Capital Campaign is a symbol of prosperity. For others, it is simply a wasteful investment and a burden. We at Wingspan reason it is a small price to pay when investing into the future educations of generations to come.
Laramie County Community College will potentially move away from being a commuter campus to a residential campus. The Capital Campaign, if passed, will give the college the necessary funds to build a new residence hall. According to LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer, the campus has 4,000 to 5,000 students on and off campus everyday, but
Laramie County Community College recently launched a campaign favoring renovation/construction projects for the student dorms, the Recreation and Athletics Complex, and the Fine Arts building. LCCC President Dr. Joe Schaffer said while the student dorms will require the construction of a new building, the RAC needs renovating because the building is old. “It’s just an
This November, voters will decide the fate of Laramie County Community College’s plan to renovate its western Fine Arts building and the addition of a new performance hall. LCCC has hired architectural firm Semple Brown to conduct a feasibility study, which will determine if the renovations are even possible based on the total cost of
Laramie County Community College is entering a bond election in November that will help fund additions that are part of the 10-year plan for the college’s facilities projects. The projects include renovations of the Fine Arts building, construction of a performance hall, renovations and expansion of the Recreation and Athletic Complex and a 350-bed residence