The village council of Wellington will debate plans to build a Palm Beach Community College campus on a 63-acre plot in the town after residents opposed the plan. The complex would have at least five to eight buildings, the first of which would be slated for completion in 2010. The village purchased the plot in 2004 with the intention of building public facilities and a park there, but cancelled the plan after falling short of its $40 million budget.
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