Investing in our future
by Rianna Machado
May 19, 2020

Supervisor Gordon Mar is introducing a ballot measure that would set aside $20 million a year for CCSF, with one-third of the fund going to job training programs. Although SF is facing a $1.7 billion deficit leaving the pandemic, those in favor argue “that the job training and education opportunities provided by the college are critical to The City recovering from economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.” With CCSF already struggling prior to COVID-19 and Gov. Newsom proposing community college cuts, Supervisor Mar hopes to help keep the (very much needed) institution afloat.