Wrap up on Measure G and Prop. 30

For weeks leading up to the Nov. 6 election, students campaigned for Measure G and brought to light information of Proposition 30.

Both the measure and the proposition passed, which will bring forth some changes for Cerritos College.

The proposition passed with 59.91 percent of votes in favor and 40.09 percent against.

Measure G passed with 69.45 percent of votes in favor and 30.55 percent of votes against.

Prop. 30 is allowing for a full schedule of classes in the spring semester, which would have been limited due to classes being cut.

It is also allowing for a summer schedule, which was also in danger of being cut.

Cerritos College President Dr. Linda Lacy said that the proposition is keeping everyone at Cerritos College steady.

Measure G is allowing $350 million for more construction and renovation to happen on campus.

The master plan for construction is available at http://cms.cerritos.edu/master-plan/future-bond-projects.htm

Students can also expect Wi-Fi to be available campus wide in the upcoming semesters thanks to Measure G.