SCC district to save money this November – The Reporter

By John Glidden

Faced with a $2.6 million deficit for the 2014-15 fiscal year, Solano Community College officials received a bit of good fiscal news when three of the four trustees seeking re-election this fall were removed from the November ballot.

California law states that when an incumbent for a community college district board is the only individual to file candidacy paperwork, then the contest is removed from the ballot by the county registrar of voters.

Incumbents A. Marie Young, Denis Honeychurch and Sarah Chapman were automatically given four additional years after they were the only individuals to file candidacy paperwork for their respective races before the Aug. 8 deadline.

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