A new satellite campus of Fresno City College is among the plans for a 115-acre development on this property south of Church Avenue and west of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Fresno is receiving a $70 million state grant to advance the college campus and other projects with the dual goals of reducing air pollution and promoting economic development for low-income parts of the city.
A new satellite campus of Fresno City College is among the plans for a 115-acre development on this property south of Church Avenue and west of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Fresno is receiving a $70 million state grant to advance the college campus and other projects with the dual goals of reducing air pollution and promoting economic development for low-income parts of the city. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file
A new satellite campus of Fresno City College is among the plans for a 115-acre development on this property south of Church Avenue and west of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Fresno is receiving a $70 million state grant to advance the college campus and other projects with the dual goals of reducing air pollution and promoting economic development for low-income parts of the city. TIM SHEEHAN Fresno Bee file

Better air, more jobs seen with $70M climate grant given to Fresno for low-income areas

January 30, 2018 01:01 PM