With the passing of local facilities bond measure A in 2002, the campus, in coordination with the district, developed a Facilities Master Plan to layout how major modernization projects would be sequenced and how these projects would be funded through state and local bond funding programs. Measure A was a $265M facilities bond program, approved by the voters in the Los Rios Community College District which basically laid out projects through the 2013 time frame and also established construction standards and best practices to be used during the architectural planning process. In 2008, Los Rios Community College district again went to the voters to approve Measure M, a $475M facilities bond program that would facilitate modernization and new construction planning through the 2020 time frame. This bond measure was also approved by the LRCCD voters. With its passing, the college took action to update the 2004 master plan. The 2010 update of the Facilities Master Plan is now complete and it outlines modernization and new construction projects planned for the main campus as well as our two centers in West Sacramento and Davis. It also integrates both state and local bond funding to complete the planned projects and TAP improvements though the next decade. The power point briefing that is attached shows how the modernization and new construction projects will be integrated into the college and what additional projects and educational program adjustments needs to be considered over the planning period. The college will continually assess the best location for programs and adjust facility space utilization to achieve an optimum educational program plan.