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SCCC to expand classes into city of Albany

Move cited as growth, opportunity for downtown youth

SCCC President Denise Murphy-McGraw and Albany County Executive Dan McCoy hold up a t-shirt during a press conference on Thursday.
SCCC President Denise Murphy-McGraw and Albany County Executive Dan McCoy hold up a t-shirt during a press conference on Thursday.
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Schenectady County Community College will expand its footprint in another county this fall when it opens a satellite location at the Albany County office building. “We’re ready to meet the demands of today’s employers of the Capital Region and beyond,” said SCCC President Quintin Bullock. SCCC plans to renovate 10,000 square feet on the 112 State St. building’s second floor — currently vacant offices — into classrooms, common areas and faculty offices. Bullock said he ...


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ajdjr73
January 18, 2013
7:53 a.m.

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I want one of those T-Shirts

SchenectadyScott
January 18, 2013
10:03 a.m.

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Yes...expanding into Albany....because there is no available space in Schenectady.....Really?.....Schenectady has no available space?....really?....hmmmmmmmm....something sure doesn't sound right here....there is more going on then what is being reported here....I wish the gazette had some reporters on staff that actually did some investigating than being a tool of government.

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