Who’s Paying to Convince San Diego Voters to Take On $2.8 Billion of Additional Debt – Plus Interest – with Proposition Z?

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As of this writing, the link for the October 20, 2012 Proposition Z campaign finance report is not working as provided by the County of San Diego Registrar of Voters Campaign Finance Disclosure Public Site. However, the June 30, 2012 Proposition Z campaign finance report, the September 30 Proposition Z campaign finance report, and three post-October 20, 2012 Proposition Z campaign finance reports are on the site. So here is a partial record of contributions to the campaign for Proposition Z, allowing the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education to borrow $2.8 billion by selling bonds to investors.

DONOR INTEREST AMOUNT
Irwin & Joan Jacobs Philanthropists $80,000
California Charter Schools Association Charter schools $32,500
San Diego County Building and Construction Trades Council Family Housing Corporation No. 1 Construction trade union – property owner $30,000
San Diego County Building and Construction Trades Council Family Housing Corporation No. 2 Construction trade union – property owner $30,000
Southern California Pipe Trades Council #16 Construction trade union $10,000
Laborers Local Union No. 89 Construction trade union $10,000
Plumbers Local Union No. 230 Construction trade union $10,000
Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Construction trade union $10,000
San Diego Electrical Industry Labor Management Cooperation Committee Union-affiliated labor-management cooperation committee $10,000
PJHM Architects Architect – clients include K-12 school districts $10,000
Barney & Barney Insurance and employee benefits $7,500
CPM Ltd. (dba Manpower of San Diego) Temporary employment $5,000
CSDA Architects Architect $5,000
Gafcon Construction management $5,000
Harris & Associates Construction management/engineers $5,000
Mel Katz Manpower/Philanthropist $5,000
LPA, Inc. Architect $5,000
Mike Kooyman – Executive with PCM3 Construction management firm $5,000
Carl Schneider – Executive with SchneiderCM Construction management firm $2,500
BSE Engineering Engineering $1,250
IBI Group Architect/engineering $1,250
Operating Engineers Local Union No. 12 Construction trade union $1,000
Andy Berg –National Electrcal Contractors Association San Diego Chapter Unionized construction trade association $1,000
Amy Redding Philanthropist/school volunteer/parent of SDUSD student $1,000
Burkett & Wong Engineers Engineering $1,000
Blue Coast Consulting Inspectors – clients include K-12 school districts $500
Sylvia Avendano – executive with Owen Group Engineering $250
Johnson Consulting Engineers Engineering $250
Debra Preece – executive with Vector Resources Information technology – clients include K-12 school districts $250
Alison Whitelaw – executive with Platt/Whitelaw Architects Architect $250
TOTAL $285,500.00

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