SRJC seeking members for Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee
The Sonoma County Community College District is seeking qualified and interested community leaders to serve on the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) for the implementation of district’s Measure H college facilities bond program.
Measure H, passed in 2014 and valued at $410 million, is the largest district-wide facilities upgrade initiative in its 100-year history.
Measure H aims to improve the educational experience and alleviate overcrowding through facilities renovations and seismic retrofitting. Specific emphasis will be placed on modernizing math, science and laboratory spaces to better train students in these fast-growing job sectors.
The district is seeking two members to fill the current vacancies for “at large” member positions on the state-mandated CBOC, appointed to serve a full two-year term and eligible for reappointment for a second and third two-year term.
Among its responsibilities, the CBOC informs the public about the district’s expenditure of Measure H bond proceeds; reviews expenditure reports produced by the district to ensure that Measure H bond proceeds were expended only for the purposes set forth in Measure H; and present to the board in public session, an annual written report outlining their activities and conclusions regarding the expenditure of Measure H bond proceeds.
If you wish to serve on this important committee please visit bond.santarosa.edu for more information and an application. Application deadline is Friday, March 15.