Byline: TERRY DICKSON
BRUNSWICK - The scuttling of College of Coastal Georgia's four-year program is on the list of $300 million in possible cuts demanded by a Georgia House and Senate subcommittee.
But even as it identified $2.3 million in cuts, Coastal Georgia is going forward with three building projects totalling nearly $42 million.
College President Valerie Hepburn said Tuesday it's too late to turn back. Indeed, crews have been at work for weeks erecting concrete supports for the $15.8 million Health and Sciences Building that will be the center of the new four-year education programs. Although construction has not begun on $14 million in student housing and a $12 million campus …