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In November 2016, Monroe County voters approved an additional .85 mill property tax levy for Monroe County Community College for a period of 5 years. The money generated by the 5-Year Maintenance and Improvement Millage is being used for critical maintenance and renovation projects that will protect the community’s more than 50-year investment in the college’s buildings and infrastructure.  Included are projects to enhance and improve safety and security, bring facilities up to standards for people with disabilities, update technology network infrastructure, renovate specific areas to maintain and improve the academic environment, and ensure and maintain the overall quality of campus-wide facilities.

This website will be updated regularly to inform the community about the status of all maintenance and improvement projects included in the 5-Year Maintenance and Improvement Millage.

Projects in Progress

Major Exterior Structural Repairs – Life Sciences Building Facade
Life Sciences Facade
Work began in early July on major exterior structural repairs to the Life Sciences Building to prevent the eventual collapse of connecting masonry ribs. 

Student Collaboration Area in the Life Sciences Building

Student Collaboration AreaThe Life Sciences Building and many other campus buildings lack adequate, modern space outside the classroom for students to work both collaboratively and independently, and this issue will be addressed across campus through a number of millage projects.  The first of these is an addition to the west side of the Life Sciences Building.




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