BCCC Presdient David McLawhorn extends retirement date | Beaufort County Now | In the interest of seeing the new Allied Health Building project through to completion, Dr. David McLawhorn requested that the BCCC Board of Trustees extend his contract until May 31, 2012.

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    In the interest of seeing the new Allied Health Building project through to completion, Dr. David McLawhorn requested that the BCCC Board of Trustees extend his contract until May 31, 2012. The Board unanimously agreed to the retirement delay on March 30.

    The new building, which is scheduled to begin construction this summer, should be completed by the end of BCCC's next academic year - which coincides with Dr. McLawhorn's retirement. Current plans are to have the building open and in use for the fall semester of 2012.

    The presidential search committee has delayed the process for a few months in order to accommodate the new retirement date.
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