2001 San Francisco Proposition A, 2005 San Francisco Proposition A, and 2020 San Francisco Proposition A were passed under the rules of 2000 Statewide Proposition 39, which directs that the Board of Trustees appoint a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) to monitor bond expenditures. The organization and conduct of the CBOC is laid out in the CBOC By-laws, which are approved by the Board of Trustees.
This Committee is responsible for reviewing expenditures related to the District’s $195,000,000 general obligation bond, Proposition A, approved by the voters on November 6, 2001; and $243,600,000 general obligation bond, Proposition A, approved by the voters on November 8, 2005; and $845,000,000 general obligation bond, Proposition A, approved by the voters on March 3, 2020.
The Committee meets four times a year (January, April, July, and October) at one of the District’s locations. Members have the opportunity to tour recently completed projects and project sites in construction. Committee members receive information and updates on bond-funded projects in progress throughout the District. The Committee produces an Annual Report to the Community, providing information about the District's bond-funded projects and conformance of financial expenditures with the voter-approved ballot measures.
Members serve two‐year terms and are allowed to serve up to 3 consecutive terms.
Application for Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee
Members of the Committee shall be appointed by the Board through the following process: (a) the District will advertise in the local newspapers, on its website, and in other customary forums, as well as solicit appropriate local groups for applications; (b) the Chancellor, or the Chancellor's designee will review the applications; and (c) the Chancellor will make recommendations to the Board.
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