The agency's executive director, Lee Means, said its goal has been to raise all of the necessary money before beginning work.
And it still stands about $500,000 short, even with the Kresge grant included.
said local subcontractors are expressing concern over rising fuel and building material costs.
said that some local donors have extended personal pledges to the campaign.
"That was wonderful," she
"We have done fabulously with the local community."
said the board is planning to address the issue Feb. 15.
expecting a go or no go decision then on a March groundbreaking.
"It's a quandary," she
"We're so close.
The design is already bare bones, Means
said, but every conceivable economy is being considered.
"We're looking at every little penny, every possible way of cutting the price down," she
Donations may be mailed to YCAP Capital Campaign, P.O. Box 621, McMinnville, OR 97128 or dropped off at YCAP's
current headquarters, downtown at 800 N.E. Second St.
Additional information may be obtained by contacting Means
at 503-472-0457 or firstname.lastname@example.org.