ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE M

ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE M

ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE M If you’re concerned about the economy or whether someone you know can get a job or afford a high quality college educat...

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ARGUMENT IN FAVOR OF MEASURE M If you’re concerned about the economy or whether someone you know can get a job or afford a high quality college education, vote YES on M. YES on M helps Orange County students, active military and veterans with their affordable education and job training needs. Golden West, Orange Coast and Coastline Community Colleges already serve over 18,000 active military, veterans, and their families. Another 20,000 veterans and their families are returning to Orange County, many of them from war zones with a host of challenges. YES on M upgrades and expands our veterans’ programs, ensuring that our soldiers receive the support they need to complete their education and reenter the civilian workforce. YES on M ensures quality. affordable college options for students, military and veterans in Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Westminster, Fountain Valley, and Newport Beach prior to transferring to four-year colleges, at a savings of as much as $35,000 per year. CSU and UC college costs are growing - their systems are SIX TIMES more expensive than our Coast Colleges. Many of our campus college buildings were built in the 1960s and don’t meet the needs of a modern workforce. YES on M upgrades career and vocational classrooms, labs and equipment and expands course opportunities in science, engineering/math related fields -- allowing our local students to earn college credits, certifications and job skills at a reasonable price. By law, Measure M requires published financial audits and an Independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee to ensure all funds are spent properly. NO money can be spent on administrators’ salaries or pensions! Every penny of YES on M stays in OUR communities. NONE of the money can be taken by Sacramento politicians. Join military veterans, firefighters, police officers, students, professors, local business leaders and residents -- Vote YES on M. Please join us: www.CoastCollegesYesonM.com s/ Denise M. Cruz U.S. Navy Veteran/Coastline Community College Student s/ Brigadier General Al Guidotti U.S. Air Force (Retired) s/ Frances Nguyen Business Owner s/ Evelyn Hart 60 year resident and taxpayer s/ Cody Joe Torre Student Trustee, Coast Community College District