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JCC moves ahead with plans to build student dorms

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Jefferson Community College is one step closer to becoming a residential campus.

It's a long process -- school trustees voted this week to move from studying the feasibility of building dormitories, and the impact they'd have on the Watertown college, to planning for their construction.

Betsy Penrose is Vice President of Students at JCC. She says the school is looking to bring 250 to 300 students on to campus.

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