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Measure Z Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)

Measure z citizens bond oversight committee

Measure z citizens bond oversight committee

The purpose of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) shall be to inform the public concerning the expenditure of bond revenues. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee actively reviews and reports on the proper expenditure of taxpayers’ money for school construction. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee is conducted by Section 15282 of the Education Code.
 
The Committee's Role is to:
  • Alert the public to waste or improper expenditure of school construction bond money.
  • Actively review and report on the proper expenditure of taxpayers' money for school construction. 
  • Ensuring bond revenues are expended only for the purposes described in the bond language.
  • Ensuring no funds are used for teacher or administrative salaries or other school operating expenses.
  • Receive and review copies of Bond projects' annual performance and financial audits.
 
INFORMATION SOURCE:
Measure Z Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Board Policy
Measure Z Citizens' Bond Oversight  Committee Members
Measure Z Citizens' Bond Oversight  Committee Bylaws
now accepting applications for the measure z citizens bond oversight committee

now accepting applications for the measure z citizens bond oversight committee

On March 12, 2021, The Board of Education appointed nine (9) Measure Z CBOC members. Although the Measure Z CBOC currently meets the minimum number of members per the state law requirements, The Washington Unified School District (WUSD) would like to encourage West Sacramento residents of all neighborhoods to consider applying for the Measure Z CBOC. To encourage participation from various neighborhoods, WUSD developed a goal for duplicating the required CBOC roles to represent each category from the North and South of Interstate 50.
 
The Superintendent or designee shall solicit applications for membership on the Committee. If the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces available, shall review applications of interested and qualified citizens and make recommendations to the Board for appointments. The Board shall have the authority at its sole discretion to select and appoint the Committee, including filling vacancies that may occur during a Committee member's term. While the Committee must consist of at least seven (7) members, the Board shall determine the final size of the Committee. No employee or officer of the District may serve on the Committee, nor may any vendor, contractor, or consultant of the District serve on the Committee. (Education Code Section 15282).
       
SEEKING FOR NEW MEMBERS TO APPLY

SEEKING FOR NEW MEMBERS TO APPLY

APPLY TODAY, AND TOGETHER WE CAN ACHIEVE GREATNESS!                                
 Representation is sought in the following areas:

 Representation is sought in the following areas:

  • A representative from a Business Organization in the District Business Community.
  • A representative from a Senior Citizens Organization.
  • Representative of a Bona Fide Taxpayers Organization.
  • Parent or Guardian of a Student in the District.
 
The Application for Measure Z CBOC Membership is listed below.
public comments 

public comments 

Members of the public may address the CBOC on topics on the agenda. Although, the CBOC, by law, may not take action at this meeting. Public comments may be submitted using the Public Comment Form no later than 12:00 p.m. on the day of the CBOC meeting to have the comment read for the record during the relevant portion of the meeting.
Measure Z CBOC Calendar

Measure Z CBOC Calendar

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Measure Z CBOC Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Measure Z CBOC Meeting Agendas and Minutes