CMAA Dinner Meeting October 4, 2018 “November Ballot Measures and Why We Should Care”

    October 04, 2018
    5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
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    The Butcher Shop
    5255 Kearny Villa Road
    San Diego , CA 92123



    Guest Speakers: Andy Berg is the Executive Director of NECA and Cory Binns is the Caltrans District 11 Director

    Andy Berg Executive Director the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and a member of the San Diego Unified Independent Citizen's Oversight Committee (ICOC) will speak on San Diego Measure YY, San Diego Neighborhood School Repair and Student Safety Measure.  Measure YY seeks to improve Neighborhood and Charter schools by:

    • Improving school security, emergency communications, controlled-entry points, door locks;
    • Upgrading classrooms/labs for vocational/career, science, technology, math education;
    • Repairing foundations, bathrooms/plumbing;
    • Removing lead in drinking water and hazardous asbestos;

    Cory Binns District Director for Caltrans District 11, will discuss Transportation Senate Bill 1, the Road Repair, and Accountability Act of 2017 and Proposition 6, the measure to repeal SB 1.

    Transportation Senate Bill 1 – The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017

    • Will provide approximately $5 billion annually in revenue for local streets and roads, state highways, and public transportation
    • Funding will be generated through the imposition of increased fuel and diesel taxes and a new transportation improvement fee and zero emissions vehicle fee. 
    • At full implementation, approximately $1.5 billion per year in new funding will be allocated by formula for county roads and streets. 
    • Counties and cities have been receiving monthly apportionments since January 2018 and have already identified over 6,500 projects for funding on the local street and road system.

    Proposition 6 – 2018 repeal of the Road Repair and Accountability Act

    • Repeals 2017's fuel tax and vehicle fee increases and requires public vote on future increases
    • Proposition 6 would eliminate annual funding to counties and cities – approximately $1.1 billion in FY 2018-19. 
    • Over ten years, Proposition 6 would eliminate approximately $15 billion in direct subventions to counties and cities
    • Proposition 6 would eliminate over $5 billion in competitive grant and matching programs funded by SB 1


    Dinner Sponsor:





    $65.00 CMAA Members

    $105.00 Non-Members

    $500.00 Dinner Sponsor (Includes 4 seats and Company Logo on Flier)