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     December 24, 2019      #84-358 KDJ
Rob Kenney, Kankakee Community College’s coordinator of facility construction and building maintenance, looks over the plans to renovate the college’s library.

Daily Journal/John Dykstra

KCC begins $5M library rehab 

By Lee Provost

KANKAKEE — It is out with the old and in with the new at Kankakee Community College as the school begins a $5 million renovation of its 19,150-square-foot library.

On the school’s list of pending projects for about 10 years, the college closed the Harold and Jean Miner Memorial Library on Dec. 2 and Heritage Development & Construction Co., of Kankakee, is set to begin work in early January.

The school has set up a temporary library for the spring semester in Room D212.

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Kankakee Community College will seal off its library to remove asbestos as it begins a $5 million renovation with the hope of having its new Student Success Center ready by the 2020-21 school year.

John Dykstra, jdykstra@daily-journal.com

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