Fresno Community Hospital, the Fresno State University-affiliated Fresno County Community College, the University of Fresno, and the Fresno Public Library are all set to close their doors in 2019, according to a community college official.
The College of Forestry, a community-owned non-profit institution, will be among the community colleges to be shuttered.
Community colleges will not be the only institutions that will close in the next few years.
Fresno Community College’s (FCCS) new administration is aiming to eliminate the department as an academic unit in 2019.
FCCS, which began operations in 1887, was founded in 1916 to provide instruction for high school and college students in the Fresno area.
However, in recent years, the department has faced financial challenges, with tuition rising, and it also faces increasing demand from other colleges and universities.
In 2019, FCCS plans to begin its transition to a new academic unit.
FCS students will no longer be enrolled as full-time students.
FCES students will instead be eligible for transfer credits.
FCHS also plans to reduce its enrollment from nearly 1,200 to 1,150 students in 2019 and close its offices and administrative offices in the area.
The college also plans not to operate its library services in 2019 as they are not needed for FCHS’s students.
In 2020, the College of Forest Products will close its operations.
The new school will be managed by the College Board.
It will focus on the production of paper, pulp, and fiber products, including paper, paperboard, and board board products.
Other products produced at the school will include books, clothing, apparel, and other apparel.
In 2021, the FCS Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting to discuss its future.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. in the Board of Regents Room, Room 2 of the Fresno Community Center.
This meeting will address FCCS’s budget and financial situation, and address FCES’s future operations.
In 2022, the City of Fresno will begin a review of its finances.
The City is expected to begin an examination of its financial health in 2021.
The city will also begin a financial audit of the City in 2022.
FCAF is expected take a $1.1 million budget deficit for 2019 and 2020.
The report will detail how the city will address its financial problems.
The Fresno City Council will also hold a public hearing on its future financial health and finances.
This is expected at 3 p.