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Sylvania Open Houses draw neighborhood leaders and campus stakeholders

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Nearly 40 PCC students, faculty and staff and neighborhood leaders participated in two on-campus events to learn about bond-funded improvements planned for Sylvania campus.

About a dozen student leaders attended the daytime open house. The information session highlighted bond-funded improvements planned for the campus.

About a dozen student leaders attended the daytime open house. The information session highlighted bond-funded improvements planned for the campus.

The open house events, hosted by the PCC Bond Team, GBD Architects and campus administration on Tuesday, November 1, provided campus stakeholders an opportunity to ask questions, learn about projects planned for the winter and spring, and understand the construction schedule.

Many of the bond-funded projects at Sylvania campus support the College’s 2009 Climate Action Plan. These include the newly installed energy efficient dehumidifiers for the campus pool area,  Clear Edge fuel cells to provide power to Sylvania’s Health Technology Building and  to heat that building’s swimming pool, and upgrades to the heating hot water loop.

Linda Gerber, president of PCC Sylvania, addressed a crowd of more than a dozen faculty, staff and neighborhood association members who wanted to learn about bond-funded improvements at the campus.

Linda Gerber, president of PCC Sylvania, addressed a crowd of more than a dozen faculty, staff and neighborhood association members who wanted to learn about bond-funded improvements at the campus.

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