WELCOME to the Measure T Bond web page. On this page and succeeding subpages, information will be posted to keep the Hartnell Community College District community, abreast of the work authorized and completed under the Measure T Bond. Read who comprises the Measure T Bond Oversight Committee; review their meeting minutes and reports, or learn when they will meet. Discover who the design team(s) are. Read about projects and their status. Monthly updates will be posted here. At the left side of this homepage, in the black column, are further links to open the subpages containing this and other information regarding Measure T.
Improving Access to 21st Century Job Training and Transfer to Four Year Universities
Hartnell College must upgrade and expand classrooms, labs and facilities on the Main Campus in Salinas, at the Alisal Campus in East Salinas, in South Monterey County, and in North Monterey County. That’s why the Hartnell College Board of Trustees placed a $167 million local bond measure on the November 2016 ballot, and thanks to the support of the community, it passed.
By improving access to higher education, Hartnell College can help the people of the Salinas Valley earn associate degrees, certificates, and four-year degrees to obtain better paying jobs. It is important to improve access to affordable community college, job training programs, and quality college facilities in our area because only 60% of Salinas Valley residents over the age of 25 have earned a high school diploma and only 5% - 7% of the District’s Latino population has attained a four-year degree or higher.
To read the full text of Measure T please activate (click on) this link -
No. 04-110 Nov. 9, 2004 Opinion of Bill Lockyer, AG, Daniel Stone DAG State of California re: Prop 39 school bond proceeds to pay salaries of district employees who perform administrative oversight work on construction projects authorized by a voter approved bond measure?
MEASURE T STATUS UPDATES will be posted below or on the Design Teams and Architects/ Construction Updates and Contractor's pages, as projects progress and develop. The monthly status report to the Hartnell CCD Board will be posted below.
10/04/19: The contractor has provided an update on the construction schedule for the forthcoming week(s). Work continues throughout the quad area. Areas of specific impact will be the courtyard between Buildings D and E. The demolition will need to continue through next week (10/7 through 10/11) and noise will be an affect to contend and cope with. The contractors have been made aware of its impact on college business and will do what it can to mitigate, but to keep on schedule it is necessary to continue this work during the daytime. Scheduled for the following week (10/14 – 10/18) is debris removal and clean up.
The interior of Building D will also continue to see increased activity. Demolition of second and third floor will continue next week and third floor should be finished 10/11. Second floor should be complete 10/18. Interior wall framing will begin week of 10/14.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during the construction period
If you wish to send comments regarding any projects under Measure T please send to email@example.com. The District encourages your input - Thank-you.
Who To Contact
- Joseph Reyes
Executive Director - Facilities Planning and Construction Management
Building: E - College Administration (South)
E - College Administration (South)
- Dawn Henry
Lead Program Coordinator -Measure T
Building: Hartnell College Main Campus
Office: E -E105
411 Central Avenue, Salinas, CA 93901
- Building Name: Maintenance, Operations and Receiving