This piece is an unbiased and nonpartisan summary of each of the propositions currently on the ballots for the State and San Francisco elections.
The $845 million bond measure on the March 3 Ballot raises questions about oversight, and whether the college administration has too many powers that hamper the committee’s functions under the current legislation.
Proposition A will allocate $845 million to fund necessary campus-wide safety repairs and educational facilities improvements.
By Sara Bloomberg. Bright yellow, blue and red signs proclaimed “I am City College” in several languages on Sept. 4 as nearly 200 people rallied outside of City Hall to support Proposition A, a local parcel tax initiative that will raise $14 million a year for the college.
Passing Proposition A would allow the city to issue a $531 million citizen bond to complete the last of its upgrades to the San Francisco Unified School District.
The previous two Prop A bonds, a $295 million bond from 2003 and a $450 million bond from 2006, have been used to revamp cafeterias, classrooms, and offices in 89 of 140 schools.