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Cañada College: a goverment building
Cañada College and all public schools, colleges and universities are government buildings, like post offices and military bases. When Former President Obama needed an airfield to attend meetings in the Silicon Valley, Cañada College's football field was a leading contender. the president didn't land his helicopter on the football field, but come to the Cañada College Library to see a framed photograph thanking Cañada College for support of Marine Helicopter Squadron One, President Obama's helicopter that had planned to land on one of the college's football fields.
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