Muskegon Community College
MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) -- Muskegon Community College leaders can move forward with a plan to improve the schools facilities.
Tuesday, county voters approved a $23.7 million bond proposal.
Voters will see their tax dollars used first to build a new science center. With the bond's passage, the school can now take advantage of a $4.5 million state grant that must be used on the new science center.
MCC also plans to add classrooms in downtown Muskegon. The school will likely do that at the Masonic Temple building.