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2010 Measure J

To improve the quality of education and expand career opportunities, shall the Imperial Community College District be authorized to acquire, construct and improve classrooms and facilities, including vocational, career, and technical facilities, modernize outdated classrooms, and improve student access to computers and modem technology, by issuing $80,000,000 in bonds at legal interest rates, with an independent Citizens' Oversight Committee, annual financial and performance audits, no money for salaries, and bonds only issued without increasing existing tax rates.

 

2004 Measure L

To improve student access to career training and higher education opportunities, provide adequate facilities, the District will, in accordance with its Long Range Facilities Plan, construct, improve, renovate and rehabilitate college facilities including but not limited to the following:

  • Construct a new modern science and technology building in order to accommodate the number of qualified students wishing to enroll in classes within nursing, emergency medical training and other health science programs
  • Make necessary health and safety improvements such as upgrading fire alarm and communication systems and making ADA (handicapped accessibility) improvements
  • Replace outdated science labs that were built in the 1960's in order to provide a safe, efficient and productive facility for students
  • Provide and construct additional college classrooms to expand career/vocational programs including electrical, heating, ventilation and air conditioning and construction in order to prepare students for good paying jobs
  • Upgrade electrical and data wiring systems to improve students access to computers and modern technology; modernize technology infrastructure and computer labs
  • Modernize and rehabilitate existing facilities to meet 21st century instructional and curriculum standards including healthy and safety improvements throughout the College
  • Improve, expand, and construct additional student support facilities
  • Purchase educational facilities the District is currently leasing
  • Furnish and equip college facilities to the extent permitted by law
  • Address unforeseen conditions revealed by construction/ modernization (e.g., plumbing or gas line breaks, dry rot, seismic, structural, etc.)
  • Necessary site preparation/restoration in connection with new construction, renovation or remodeling, or installation or removal of relocatable classrooms
  • Continue to renovate, modernize, upgrade and add the necessary educational facilities as required
  • Provide funding to assure that all deferred, current and future maintenance and safety repairs are made to protect the community's capital investment in the College

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