Arizona Daily Sun reports on CCC&Y’s support of college’s Prop. 410 tax override

| October 19, 2016

By MacKenzie Chase •  Arizona Daily Sun

Coconino Community College is back on the ballot three years after asking unsuccessfully for voter approval of a tax override.

But this time, Prop. 410 asks for $3 million extra a year instead of $4.5 million, and it won’t take effect until 2019.

The extra funds will likely go toward restoring programs such as nursing, construction management and auto repair that were cut amid slashes in state funding during the recession. A campus in Williams was closed and services in Page were reduced. …

So far this election cycle, Prop 410 has been endorsed by the Greater Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce and the Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth.

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