A rendering of the proposed 25,000-square foot, $44.1 million building that would expand the North District Center in Firebaugh. About 500 students attend the community college center, which serves the west side of the Valley.
A rendering of the proposed 25,000-square foot, $44.1 million building that would expand the North District Center in Firebaugh. About 500 students attend the community college center, which serves the west side of the Valley. AP Architects West Hills Community College District
A rendering of the proposed 25,000-square foot, $44.1 million building that would expand the North District Center in Firebaugh. About 500 students attend the community college center, which serves the west side of the Valley. AP Architects West Hills Community College District

Firebaugh college center is in a bowling alley now. State budget will help change that

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