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Posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 7:00 pm | Updated: 11:56 am, Tue Apr 9, 2013.

Gov. Susana Martinez’s line-item veto of funding for a study on possible road improvements to benefit Santa Fe Community College’s Higher Education Center won’t stop the long-planned facility, a spokeswoman for the college said Monday.

The veto was just a small part of the $218 million capital outlay bill passed by the Legislature this year. Martinez struck about $4 million in projects, including the $64,500 road study.

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  • henry griswold posted at 11:25 am on Wed, Apr 10, 2013.

    henry griswold Posts: 218

    good for students. if the college has a bldg permit, the city must have approved a traffic intersection..............

     
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