Fairborn and Wright State University still are waiting for the Environmental Protection Agency to provide an official document that will allow the city to turn Calamityville over to WSU.
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Calamityville By the Numbers
$1.2 million: Annual operating budget
12: Full-time employees
52: Acres of land
2,200: Total students trained last 12 months
12: Courses developed last 12 months
45: Total courses expected to be developed
Source: Wright State University