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A Eugene based religious college is putting its plans to move to Sisters on hold. Gutenberg College still plans to move here, but college leaders want to make sure they've firmed up financing before moving forward. Mac Hay is the Economic Development Manager for Sisters. “Gutenberg is going to regroup and redo its financial plan and then move ahead. They are still serious about moving to Sisters. We're still excited and optimistic it will happen. But it might not happen until next fall or it might be later than that.” Gutenberg College wants to secure $2.5 million in funds to purchase the Weitech building in Sisters. The Eugene school currently has about 31 students and a dozen staff members.

 

 

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