Sun shines on college records

Accessing information about the San Francisco Community College District became easier this week.

The board of trustees adopted a public access sunshine policy that closely resembles the sunshine ordinance of San Francisco, according to the district. In fact, San Francisco’s Sunshine Ordinance Task Force helped the district pass the policy.

“We can now provide the public with the same access to meetings and notifications that the City of San Francisco provides. City College governance will now be among the most transparent of any community college in the State,” trustee John Rizzo said in a statement.

The college district oversees City College of San Francisco, which has 105,000 students each year at its campuses and instructional sites around The City.

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