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College campus opening moved to January

by | Sep 3, 2020 | Area news

Collin College has moved up the planned opening of its Farmersville campus to January, according to City Manager Ben White, who informed city coun­cil on Aug. 25 that work on the Collin/Farmersville Parkway project next to the campus has been fast-tracked for comple­tion by the end of this year.

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