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Measure C Bond Updates

Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee
During the Central Unified School District Board of Education Meeting on, Tuesday, December 13, 2016, the Board was informed that the Measure B Citizen Oversight Committee would be properly renamed to reflect the passing of the Measure C Bond in November and will be officially known as the Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee.

Below is a list of those members who were appointed along with the required category each member represents:

    NAME               REQUIRED CATEGORY FULFILLED             

  • Richard Conness - Senior Citizen Organization Representative
  • Jeff Gatzka             - Parent/Teacher Group or SSC Representative
  • Kristi Nomellini    -  Parent/Guardian Representative
  • Tracy Rodriguez   -  Business Organization Representative
  • Cherie Smith        -   Business Organization Representative
  • Pao Yang                -  Business Organization Representative
  • Joe Doyland           -  Community Member At-Large
  • Richard Martinez   - Community Member At-Large
CUSD Seeks Applicants for Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee
The Central Unified School District (CUSD) is seeking a qualified volunteer to serve on the Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee that would satisfy the category: "Bona-fide Taxpayer Association Representative". Measure C, which was passed by voters in November 2016, is a $87.3 million school facilities improvement measure.

California state law requires that a Citizens Oversight Committee be appointed by the Board of Education to monitor bond expenditures and ensure bond revenues are allocated in compliance with the voter approved measure. The committee provides transparency and maintains public confidence in the use of Measure C bond funds.

Membership is voluntary, without compensation, and members must be 18 years of age; employees, vendors, contractors, consultants, or CUSD officials are not eligible for appointment to the Committee.

The Committee will meet quarterly, with all meetings conducted after work hours and open to the public. Dates and times to be determined.

Applications can be obtained at the CUSD Annex Office located at, 4605 N Polk Avenue, Fresno, CA. 93722, or by clicking Measure C Bond Oversight Committee application

For additional information or questions, please email Hilbert Contreras at: or by calling: (559) 274-4700 ext. 63101

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