CLEVELAND – Cuyahoga Community College had a .5-mill bond issue on the ballot Tuesday, and the voters overwhelmingly approved it, 68% to 32%.
The college’s board asked for the levy for “the repair, improvement and construction of facilities vital for college completion and workforce education.”
According to the trustees, the money from the levy would fix wear and tear on buildings, update rapidly changing technology and create new instructional spaces.
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