Rafael Mandelman knows how important City College of San Francisco is to the community and hopes to do his part to keep it operating and providing essential services to The City.Mandelman joins the seven-member board amid a financial crisis and while the school works to change much of the way it operates in order to keep its accreditation. Mandelman — along with re-elected incumbents Chris Jackson, Steve Ngo and Natalie Berg — were sworn in to the board of trustees Monday. Read More
After a close election and more than two weeks of counting votes, incumbent Chris Jackson will remain on the City College of San Francisco board of trustees.
Jackson narrowly defeated challenger Amy Bacharach to secure the fourth open seat on the seven-member board. He will join incumbents Steve Ngo and Natalie Berg as well as newcomer Rafael Mandelman on the board for four-year terms. Read More
With thousands of ballots yet to be counted, City College of San Francisco’s board of trustees race remains in limbo. Read More
City College of San Francisco’s board of trustees will have a mixture of old and new members following Tuesday’s election, but who exactly will be on the board is too close to call.
Incumbent Steve Ngo took the lead in early results, while incumbents Natalie Berg and Chris Jackson and challengers Rafael Mandelman and Amy Bacharach followed closely behind.
As of press time, Bacharach was in fifth, behind Jackson by only 720 votes. Read More
Mayor Ed Lee thrust engineer Rodrigo Santos into the battle to save City College of San Francisco on Tuesday by naming him to the board seat recently vacated by the late Milton Marks III.Santos was already a formidable candidate in November’s board election, and his appointment adds the advantage of incumbency to his run. He joins three incumbents and six challengers in a race for four vacant trustee posts on the seven-member board. Read More
Ensuring vibrant commercial corridors, smart in-fill development along upper Market Street and a reliable Muni are the matters on the minds of voters in the traditionally moderate Castro and Noe Valley neighborhoods.The person elected on Nov. 2 to represent these neighborhoods as the District 8 supervisor on the Board of Supervisors will have to play the part of peacemaker in the conflicts that often emerge between residents and merchants of this area. Read More