Clark County College Foundation
The Clark College Foundation has received more land in Ridgefield, valued at about $730,000, and has also purchased a $2 million tract to create a gateway to the college’s planned north county satellite campus.
Ridgefield East 1 Associates LLC, an entity registered to Tualatin, Oregon-based Gramor Development, donated and sold the land – a total of about 10.3 acres – on the east side of Northeast 65th Avenue. The site, east of the Interstate 5 junction with Pioneer Street, is adjacent to 59 acres the college has already acquired, portions of which were donated and sold by the Boschma family, former dairy farmers in the area.
The planned four-building campus is to be known as Clark College at Boschma Farms for the family’s donation. The foundation also paid $5.67 million for the Boschma tract. Construction could start on the north county campus within the decade.