Completion of WGTC campus will usher in new era in Coweta County education

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West Georgia Technical College's Coweta Campus - set to open Sept. 20, 2013 - initially will be home to a 36,000-square-foot, state-funded building, on the right, and the 47,000-plus square-foot Newnan Hospital Allied Health Care Building, left. (Photo courtesy of Lee Kluger, Aerial Photography of Atlanta)

By REBECCA LEFTWICH
rebecca@newnan.com
Construction on two buildings whose completion will usher in a new era in Coweta County education is right on schedule.
West Georgia Technical College’s stand-alone Coweta Campus south of Newnan will open on Sept. 20, 2013.
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