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01/24/2014

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Sarasota News Leader January 24, 2014 Page 50 After six or seven years, Eavey said of preci- Bowden told the group. Additionally, the new sion machinists, "They're going to be making precision machining lab "has turned out to $80,000, $90,000 per year." be quite popular on a statewide basis," he When Mayor Jim Brown of Longboat Key added. SCTI has hosted representatives of asked the cost of the program, Bowden half a dozen other technical institutes, most replied that it is less than $4,000. of whom asked how the school was able to "I can tell you today we are receiving calls get the program up and running in such a about when that [first] class is graduating," short time frame, Bowden pointed out. North Port City Commissioner Rhonda DiFranco (foreground, seated) prepares for the start of the Convocation of Governments as Schools Superintendent Lori White (left rear) speaks with Longboat Town Commissioner David Brenner and Mireya Eavey (standing to the right of DiFranco) talks with Todd Bowden. Photo by Rachel Hackney

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