San Francisco Proposition B: City College Parcel Tax

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San Francisco Proposition B: San Francisco Community College, California, Parcel Tax

Ballot Question 

To continue providing City College of San Francisco local funds the state cannot take away and offset cuts to prevent layoffs; ensure affordable education for students; maintain core classes in writing, math and science; prepare students for four-year universities, workforce training in careers in nursing, engineering/ technology; provide counselors; keep college libraries open; shall San Francisco Community College District renew its existing annual parcel tax at $99 per parcel for 15 years, requiring annual independent audits and citizen oversight?

A “Yes” vote means: 

A yes vote is a vote in favor of renewing a parcel tax—a kind of property tax based on units of property rather than assessed value—of $99 per year for 15 years.

A “No vote means: 

A no vote is a vote against renewing a parcel tax—a kind of property tax based on units of property rather than assessed value—of $99 per year for 15 years.

Read more about about San Francisco Proposition B here.

Source: Ballotpedia