What is the Citizens Oversight Committee?
The $165 million bond measure was passed under the rules of Proposition 39 which requires the appointment of a Citizen's Oversight Committee to ensure that bond revenues are used only as specified in the bond and to annually inform the public about bond expenditures. The District is seeking highly qualified interested individuals to serve as a member of the committee.
Who will be on the Citizens Oversight Committee?
The Measure S Citizens Oversight Committee must consist of at least seven members serving two-year terms without compensation and mebers may serve a maximum of two consecutive terms. No member may be a District employee, official, vendor, contractor or consultant.
The Committee must include a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District; a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District and active in a parent-teacher organization such as a PTA, PTO or school-site council; an individual who is active in a business organization representing the business community located within the District; a person who is active in a senior citizens' organization; and an individual who is active in a bona-fide taxpayers association. The Committee must also have two members of the community at-large.
CONGRATULATIONS to the NLMUSD Citizens' Oversight Committee Member appointments approved by the Board of Education on 05/05/03.
Marisela Cervantes - Citizen Member
Brian Michael Wilson - Parent / Guardian
Vacant - Citizen Member/Vice President Vacant - Business
Vacant - Bona-fide Taxpayer
Vacant - Senior Citizens'
Vacant - PTA/School Site/Parent