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The South San Francisco District of the Redwoods

The South San Francisco District of the Redwoods

Your guide to L.A. Community College District Board of Trustees candidates by district and county

District 1 (S.F.)

This is where the big money is in our city. According to public records, the district pays out more than $14 million in salaries, benefits and other compensation each year to employees, according to the most recent figures, with the largest chunk coming from the College of the Redwoods.

The district is run by a board of trustees, who are elected five times a year by district residents, and is funded by a combination of state and federal funds. The district serves a number of communities in South San Francisco, including the city’s most expensive neighborhood, Lake Balboa, and the city’s least expensive neighborhood, South of F Street.

Board members are paid $300,000 per year in salary, and receive $65,000 in other compensation. They come from a pool of four candidates.

The board is chaired by David Dombkowski, a lawyer who graduated from the University of Southern California in 1972, according to his website.

He earned a master’s degree in international relations from the School of International Relations and Pacific Asia Studies, in Tokyo, Japan, from 1976-1978. He also did graduate work in political science from Georgetown University and did post-graduate work at Columbia Law School. He is a member of The Academy of International Public Affairs.

He served as president of the Association of International Education and as board chair (as well as trustee) of the Asian Pacific Center for Peace and Security at Los Angeles Valley College. He has served on the Board of Governors of the Center for American Politics and Public Affairs at George Washington University.

He is chair of the American Association of Hispanic and Latino Alumni and was a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Southern California, where he earned his master’s degree in international relations and obtained his law degree. He also earned his master’s degree in peace studies, with a specialization in conflict resolution, from the University of San Diego’s School of International and Public Affairs. He is currently a doctoral candidate in peace studies at the University of Southern California’s Graduate School of Political Management.

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