The Kern Community College District (KCCD, as lead agency) proposes to complete several construction projects identified in their 2018 Facilities Master Plan (Project) at the Cerro Coso Community College campus located within the City of Ridgecrest, California. Construction will include remodeling and modernizing existing buildings, adding parking, and relocating several buildings and athletic fields. The Project will not increase the staff or student population. The Project site would be primarily accessed from College Heights Boulevard.
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