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MCC’s Downtown Campus named public works ‘project of the year’ (access required)

The new downtown campus for Monroe Community College has been named winner of the Project of the Year Award by the Genesee Valley Branch of the American Public Works Association, or APWA. The award, in the "structures greater than $75 million" category, recognizes the project partners' commitment to innovation and collaboration. Monroe County was the managing agency ...

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