Alan Proctor, Winston-Salem Marketing President of Wells Fargo and Chairman of the Forsyth Technical Community College Board of Trustees, shared his insights as a guest columnist for the Winston-Salem Journal.
“As one who is invested in the continued growth and development of Winston-Salem, I see first-hand Forsyth Tech’s mandate to remain ahead of the curve. This is no small feat and requires a continuous influx of funding. Bond referenda are one such source.”
“On this November’s general election ballot, Forsyth Tech will propose a $65-million bond for multiple capital projects designed to upgrade the college’s facilities and expand its footprint to meet 21st century expectations. These improvements are critical to ensuring the college’s continued accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.”
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