The voters of Napa County approved Measure N in 2002, a bond measure that funded construction and renovation/modernization projects to support student success.
Bond projects were completed in 2012-13 and the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Submitted it Final Report on October 10, 2013. Measure N general obligation bond financials have received unqualified annual audits, conducted by an independent auditor, in every year of the bond measure.
What Did Measure N do for the Community?
New & Modernized Facilities to TRAIN THE WORKFORCE
- Registered Nurses, LVN's, Psychiatric Technicians, Police, Emergency Medical Technicians, Graphic Designers, Drafters, Welders, Machinists, and many more.
New & Modernized Facilities to SUPPORT STUDENT SUCCESS
- 6,200 students looking to improve skills or transfer.
New & Modernized Facilities to SAVE TAXPAYER DOLLARS THROUGH EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY
- Solar farming, Centralized heating & cooling, Thermal Energy Storage, the use of recycled building materials, etc.
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