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Citizens' Oversight Committee Reports

annual report

Fiscal Expenditures and Committee Activities
2017-2018

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School Bond

Oversight Committee

Members of the Bond Oversight Committee

  • Paula Pachon – At-Large Community Member
  • Russell Purcey At-Large Community Member
  • Pat Lashbrook  At-Large Community Member
  • Heidi Garcia  At-Large Community Member
  • Henry L. “Hank” Stoy – Senior Citizen Representative
  • Robert Hufnagel – Business Representative Member
  • Larry Salmon – Taxpayer Organization Member
  • Vacant – Parent/Guardian of Child Enrolled in District
  • Vacant – Parent of Child Enrolled in District and Active in Parent-Teacher Organization
  • Lori L. Isom – Committee Executive and Representative of the Board of Trustees - Non-Voting Member
  • David Casnocha – Bond Counsel to the Board of Trustees - Non-Voting Member
  • Christine Sundberg – Secretary to the Committee - Non-Voting Member
Members of the Committee can be contacted through Christine Sundberg at csundberg@csd.k12.ca.us.
 
 

Applications for Membership

The district is currently seeking qualified, interested individuals to serve on the Central School District Measure A & N Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee.  The purpose of the Committee is to inform the public about the spending of bond money.  To do that, the committee is expected to review and report on the proper expenditure of taxpayers' money for school construction projects.  Service on the Committee is for two years and is unpaid.

Vacant positions:

Parent/Guardian of Child Enrolled in Central School District

Parent/Guardian of Child Enrolled in Central School District and Active in a Parent-Teacher Organization

Current Application

(SPANISH)

Bylaws

The Central School District (the “District”) was successful at the election conducted on November 4, 2014 (the “2014 Election”) in obtaining authorization from the District’s voters to issue up to $35,000,000 aggregate principal amount of the District’s school facilities bond (“Measure N”). The District was previously successful at a prior election held on November 4, 2008 (the “2008 Election,” and together with the 2014 Election, the “Elections”) in obtaining authorization from the District’s voters to issue up to $31,000,000 of school facilities bonds (“Measure A”).

Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws (Amended February 2015)

Resolution No. 15-14-15

Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws (Amended June 2013)

Resolution No. 15-12-13