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Community: SAUSD Seeks Bond Oversight Committee Members Applications Are Required by Thursday, July 12, 2012

SANTA ANA, CA – June 15, 2012 — Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education for the Santa Ana Unified School District (SAUSD) seeks applications to fill four vacant seats on the Bond Oversight Committee (BOC). The nine-member committee — established in 2008 after an overwhelming majority voter approval rate of the Measure G school bond — oversees the expenditure of school bond funds. In addition, BOC members participate in regular quarterly meetings, review expenditures, review progress of projects, and present an annual written report to the Board of Education.



An applicant will be chosen from each the following representative groups to serve a two-year term beginning this September:
• Active in a tax payers’ organization
• General Member
• General Member
• General Member

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, a resident of California, and reside within the District’s geographic boundaries. Applicants may not be an employee of the District who is directly related to the construction of school facilities in the District or an official of the District.

The Public Information Office will accept applications until Thursday, July 12, 2012. Those with questions or who would like to apply to serve on the committee should call 714-558-5555 or email pioinfo@sausd.us for an application, which can be downloaded from the website www.sausd.us, Facilities page. The Public Information Office is located at 1601 E. Chestnut Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92701. The fax number is 714-558-5812.

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Contact Information:
SAUSD Public Information Office
714-558-5555
pioinfo@sausd.us

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2 thoughts on “The SAUSD is seeking new Bond Oversight Committee Members”
  1. Admin,
    Would these be good positions for people from our community who want to run for school board in the future? Do you have to be a U.S. citizen? Seems like it ought to be open to all parents first regardless of status in E.E.U.U.

  2. Admin,
    Art..why don’t you join this oversight board? You have a good business background and love our people. Would you please serve?

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