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May 9th, 2007
For capital projects the college received $1.6 million to finish underground work on the steam line and $736,000 for electrical distribution. Funding for special projects amounted to $350,000 toward the nanoscience technician program, Richman said.
"I think this will help the campus function better and look better. It will help continue to move the nanoscience program forward," Richman said.
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