PCC will be receiving $17 million due to the passing of PROP 55 in the 2016 election, and will be in effect over the next 12 years.
PCC is to significantly benefit from the passage of two statewide propositions from the Nov. 8 General Election ballot, propositions 51 and 55, by being able to rebuild the U Building and to retain teachers.
Popular hobbies of students here include spending hours refreshing the PCC Book Sale Facebook page, moaning “I need this class,” upon every class registration season, and hunting for events on campus that include free food. These scenarios prove how college is a true test of money management. Voting ‘no’ on Prop 55 ultimately asks for these episodes to continue.
Nothing is more priceless to an American voter than the knowledge of the ordinances that they are choosing from during this voting season. PCC’s Board of Trustees recently voted on Wednesday, Oct. 19 to endorse two propositions on this year’s ballot that have the potential to either improve or diminish the education process here on campus.