Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday said if voters approve the $2 billion bond issue he’s pushed for months, a new, $90 million science facility could replace the overcrowded Burson Science Building on UNC Charlotte’s campus.
Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday said if voters approve the $2 billion bond issue he’s pushed for months, a new, $90 million science facility could replace the overcrowded Burson Science Building on UNC Charlotte’s campus. Jonathan McFadden jmcfadden@charlotteobserver.com
Gov. Pat McCrory on Thursday said if voters approve the $2 billion bond issue he’s pushed for months, a new, $90 million science facility could replace the overcrowded Burson Science Building on UNC Charlotte’s campus. Jonathan McFadden jmcfadden@charlotteobserver.com

McCrory: Bond issue could give UNC Charlotte $90 million science building

October 22, 2015 05:54 PM

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