Introduced by Rep. Al Pscholka (R) on January 24, 2012, to authorize spending on a $7.9 million renovation project at Lake Michigan College, and a $7.5 million project at Southwestern Michigan College.
Referred to the House Appropriations Committee on January 24, 2012.
Re: 2012 House Bill 5272 (Authorize college renovation spending ) by gregtt on November 22, 2012 I read in the newspaper the other day that some of the most unique homes for sale in my area are near our local college and because the owner wants to maintain the theme of the buildings, the officials want to restore the college as well. I can't wait for this project to finally start because i think that it will bring some really interesting developers in our town.
Re: 2012 House Bill 5272 (Authorize college renovation spending ) by Russel on July 31, 2012 And of course that the budget is limited and they need to buy furniture at it`s best price, as low as possible. I just bought furniture for my bathroom from http://www.decorplanet.com/Double_Sink_Bathroom_Vanities_s/28.htm and I can`t wait to install it in my college apartament. It`s cheap and it`s the best quality!
Re: 2012 House Bill 5272 (Authorize college renovation spending ) by crisscross on April 23, 2012 These renovation budget delegations are extremely important to keep up with creating the appropriate environment for education and other social activities. It`s premise of social evolution and meanwhile a guaranteed progress factor. When it comes to renovating, those in charge are aware this requires solid planning, public auctions, choosing the most reliable contractors and Fremont debris removal specialized service teams. If things are to be done, let them be done at the highest quality standards. That`s the key in developing sustainable economy.