Living in a Contra Costa County home may cost more if a proposed community-college bond measure passes. The Contra Costa Community College District wants to put a $450 bond measure on the June 2014 ballot. The bond measure, if passed, would raise property taxes.
Last month Contra Costa County Supervisors were briefed on the region’s future job outlook by representatives from the Contra Costa Community College District, the county’s Workforce Development Board and the Contra Costa Council. These groups work with leaders from local industry to develop job training programs to meet employer needs. The discussion focused on job growth in the context of developing Contra Costa’s […]
The Contra Costa Community College District is getting ready to vote on Dec. 14th to allow only UNION contractors to bid and work on jobs for the district. This is un-American and needs to be stopped. There are so many people out of work and to ONLY allow the FAT CAT UNIONS through Project Labor […]