Los Angeles Times — Campus officials throughout the 23-school California State University system, which includes Cal State San Bernardino, have operated in a “patch-and-fix-it” mode for years. As a result, the deferred maintenance bill tops more than $1.7 billion — the result of old age hitting up against the state’s budget crisis. Campus leaders deciding where to make cuts have prioritized student services at the expense of repairs, officials said.
The article was published Sept. 30, 2013.
Read the complete article at “Cal State trustees seek funds to fix aging campus buildings.”