Groundbreaking on a new Louisiana Delta Community College building has hit yet another snag following the state's recent rejection of design plans for the school.
The original design called for one building to house all programs, but representatives with the Office of Facilities Planning and Control issued a directive to design two smaller facilities on the campus near Pecanland Mall.
Delta's leaders will meet today with the business community and legislators to receive their input on how to best use a second facility.
The first building primarily will house classroom and administrative facilities, while the second will be geared toward the school's high-technology programs, according to Delta Chancellor Luke Robins.
Though no one associated with the college expressed rancor about the state's decision, some admitted frustration with a process that has grown weary.