San Diego Mayor Recaps City Activities Illustrating Power of ‘Yes’

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San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer describes for the CalChamber Board of Directors on March 4 how the city has come back from “the brink of financial ruin” due to bipartisan, citywide agreement on reforms such as adding an independent city auditor and voter approval of a plan to replace the underfunded pension system with a 401(k)-style system. To foster a skilled workforce, the city is investing in after school programs in underserved areas, expanding a public-private partnership to expose more students to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, and offering an online high school degree program.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer describes for the CalChamber Board of Directors on March 4 how the city has come back from “the brink of financial ruin” due to bipartisan, citywide agreement on reforms such as adding an independent city auditor and voter approval of a plan to replace the underfunded pension system with a 401(k)-style system. To foster a skilled workforce, the city is investing in after school programs in underserved areas, expanding a public-private partnership to expose more students to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, and offering an online high school degree program.

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