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Now that Alliant International University has a presence in National City, does Chula Vista still need a four-year university?

Yes
84%
No
16%
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Woodchuck Says:

Sat, Jul 27 2013 12:33 PM

Sosocal has it exactly right. I would add that during one of the "recruitment" events at La Bella's, Thomas Hassey, Brand's right hand man said this was a done deal. This was well before the July 18th MOU was signed. Questions need to be answered! Decisions have been made behind closed doors at this district for too long. Information should be forthcoming regarding cost, accredidation, terms of the agreement, etc.


sosocal Says:

Sat, Jul 27 2013 09:54 AM

As the agreement that Ed Brand made has been shrouded in secrecy and denials, anything that the Sweetwater UHSD officially states regarding this agreement is suspect.

Many questions are unanswered regarding Mr. Brand's capacity to actually make the agreement(s) allegedly made. It has been said that not all board members were provided with the materials involved.

So: corners are cut. Truth is 'massaged'. Vintage Ed Brand.


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