Columbia’s Mahogany Building Is Ready For Students
Columbia, CA – A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Thursday morning for the 7,562 square ft. Mahogany Building at Columbia College.
It is a center for students studying auto body collision repair and welding technology. The new building frees up space at the Madrone building where these services have also been offered in the past.
The $3.43 million Mahogany Building was built with funds from Measure E, which was passed by voters in November 2004.
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