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Re: CCSF Workforce Housing Survey

To: John Rizzo <jrizzo@ccsf.edu>
Subject: Re: CCSF Workforce Housing Survey
From: Susan Lamb <slamb@ccsf.edu>
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2017 19:47:27 +0000
CC: "CCSF@cloud.ccsf.edu" <CCSF@cloud.ccsf.edu>, Ronald Gerhard<rgerhard@ccsf.edu>, Thea Selby <thea@nextstepsmarketing.com>, Linda Shaw<lshaw@ccsf.edu>, Linda Da Silva <ldasilva@ccsf.edu>, CCSF Office of Research<research@ccsf.edu>, Pamela Mery <pmery@ccsf.edu>


Yes, we can offer an additional survey for students...

The initial direction from the Board was to survey staff and faculty regarding their interest in pursuing housing faculty and staff housing. We can bring this question back to the BOT to see if the Board wants us to do an additional survey to students regarding student housing. Since we are covering multiple facility issues in the next several Board meetings, it would tie in nicely.



Susan E. Lamb
Interim Chancellor
(415) 239-3303

City College of San Francisco
Open, Accredited, and Serving the Community

Ocean Campus
50 Phelan Avenue B213
San Francisco, CA 94112

From: John Rizzo <jrizzo@ccsf.edu>
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2017 10:54:42 AM
To: CCSF Office of Research; Pamela Mery
Cc: CCSF@cloud.ccsf.edu; Susan Lamb
Subject: Re: CCSF Workforce Housing Survey
May we add student housing to this?

“The Board of Trustees is exploring...” That is news to me. I’ve only seen staff promoting this. It is very frustrating to see staff moving ahead with this when the Board of Trustees has been talking about student housing for years, most recently as part of the 33 Gough discussions.

I respectfully request an answer to the question “may we add student housing to this."


On Feb 23, 2017, at 8:38 AM, CCSF Office of Research <research@ccsf.edu> wrote:

Dear Colleagues,
Some community college districts currently offer employee housing as a benefit to attract and retain faculty and staff to the area. Other districts in our region that have developed workforce housing include San Mateo County Community College District and Santa Clara Unified School District. 
The Board of Trustees is exploring whether there is interest in providing workforce housing to CCSF employees at below-market rents. This initial survey of College employees will provide information regarding potential demand. Survey responses will inform the Board’s future discussion of options. 
Please take this short survey to help us understand potential demand for below-market rate apartments for CCSF employees. The survey will be open for one week starting today. It will close on March 1st at 5:00 p.m.
Note: This survey is being re-opened. If you already responded, please be assured that we will still count your previous response; you do not need to re-take the survey.
Best Regards,
Pamela M. Mery, Ed.D.
Dean of Institutional Effectiveness
Linda da Silva
Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Planning & Construction
City College of San Francisco
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