Klamath Community College putting bond measure on November ballot

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Comunity College has decided to move forward with a bond measure on the November ballot.

At their August meeting the Klamath Community College Board of Education approved a resolution to put a $9.85 million bond before voters in the November 5, 2013 election.

The bond, when combined with $7.85 million in funding from the State and $1.5 million in college funds, will provide all of the funding needed to complete KCC’s Phase Two project, which includes three new buildings at the college.


  • KD

    Does the State “require” that the money is spent only on NEW construction? If not, I think KCC should pursue having some satellite facilities and make use of what seems to be a plethora of empty commercially zoned space in Klamath Falls.

  • hemihead22

    Actually yes it is required that the funds be spent on new capital construction.