In case you missed it in the MC Weekly on November 7:
“The governing board, faculty and staff of Monterey Peninsula College are gratified by this statement of support from Californians,” MPC President Douglas Garrison said in a statement.
Prop. 30 passed with 54 percent of the vote. Had it failed, the governor’s tax plan called for mid-year “trigger cuts” of $6 billion, mostly to K-12 education, and also to higher ed institutions.
MPC would’ve faced $2.3 million in mid-year cuts, $2.5 million at Hartnell College.“Local Educators Thank Californians for Passing Prop. 30” by News Blog.