COLUMBUS - State Senator Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City) announced the approval of $9,650,000.00 for Sinclair Community College to purchase 39.23 acres from Far Hills Community Church, including a classroom or office building and a small outbuilding located in southern Montgomery County.

"Serving more than 300,000 students across the state, it is important to continue to invest in community colleges that play a key role in Ohio's workforce development," said Beagle. "Sinclair has a proven record of providing quality education while maintaining one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio."

The Centerville site will be an education, cultural and community enrichment center and will provide the community with access to college and university classes, K-12 enrichment, recreation, certain health services, and cultural and performing arts performances.
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Beagle Announces Approval Of $9.65 Million Investment In Sinclair Community College

 

"Serving more than 300,000 students across the state, it is important to continue to invest in community colleges that play a key role in Ohio's workforce development," said Beagle.



 
 

PHOTO: Beagle Joins Governor For Signing Of Senate Bill Raising Awareness For Deaf Culture History

 

"Deaf history is rich and complex, but not without adversity," said Senator Beagle, who sponsored the legislation in the Senate. 



 
 

Beagle Welcomes Industry Leaders To Statehouse For Ohio Aerospace Day 2017

 

"Aerospace Day is an important opportunity for us to showcase the many facets of Ohio’s rapidly evolving aviation industry and to inform policymakers about how we can lead in promoting this robust economic sector," said Beagle



 
 

ADVISORY: Beagle Announces Ohio Aerospace Day 2017 At Ohio Statehouse

 

COLUMBUS - State Senator Bill Beagle (R-Tipp City), Chair of the Ohio Aerospace and Aviation Technology Committee, invites you to join him for a gathering of government, industry and academic leaders to discuss the future of Ohio's aerospace and aviation industry on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at the Statehous