KENTFIELD, CA—At the February 16 meeting College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to place a $265 million bond measure on the June 7, 2016, ballot to address needs identified in the 2014 facilities assessment. The results of this analysis make it clear that in order to maintain our older buildings and update their classrooms, labs, and vocational education facilities additional funding is necessary. The assessment also identifies facilities needed to provide and support job training to returning veterans as well as specialized classrooms and training facilities. I invite you to participate in the process and share your opinion. Please contact Vice President of Finance and College Operations Greg Nelson at (415) 883-2211 ext. 8100 for more information on how to get involved.
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