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Measure M Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee

About Measure M

The Moreno Valley School Board voted June 17, 2014, to place a $398 million bond measure on the Nov. 4, 2014 ballot.  The community approved Measure M for $398 million to repair existing facilities, as well as construct new facilities for the students of Moreno Valley Unified School District.

Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee


Moreno Valley's Board of Education approved the appointment of the Citizen's Bond (Measure M) Oversight Committee  (CBOC) at its April 14, 2015, School Board Meeting.

When terms expire, or when members opt out of service, applications are sought and replacement recommendations are presented to the School Board for appointment.

The purpose of the Measure M Citizen's Oversight Committee is to actively review and report on the proper expenditure of taxpayers' money for school construction on the Measure M Bond projects.

The CBOC started meeting on August 20, 2015, and have continued since then.

CURRENT CBOC MEMBERS, TERMS,  CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR NOTED:
 

Name

Representing

Board Approved

Term of Service

Karen Whitehead Senior Citizen Group Rep October 29, 2019  2 YEAR
Bianca Gillum At-Large Community Member August 6, 2019  2 YEAR
Melissa Neri Parent/Guardian of Child in District & Active in a Parent-Teacher Organization August 6, 2019  2 YEAR
Steve Wallace Business Rep January 22, 2019  2 YEAR
D. LaDonna Jempson - VICE CHAIR At-Large Community Member January 22, 2019  2 YEAR
Adam Sinner - CHAIR Parent/Guardian of Child in District
1st term:  11/14/17
2nd term: July 21, 2020
 2 YEAR (Nov. 2021)
Kristina Horta Parent/Guardian of Child in District & Active in a Parent-Teacher Organization January 21, 2020  2 YEAR
LaShonda Tillmon Taxpayer/Organization Member
1st term:  11/14/17
2nd term:  July 21, 2020
2 YEAR (Nov. 2021)
Virgil Chancy At-Large Community Member
January 21, 2020
2 YEAR
 

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Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee (COC)

 

Meeting No. 16 is scheduled for

Thursday, August 13, 2020

3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

 

In light of the current worldwide situation with COVID-19,

meetings will be held virtually, until further notice.

 

Location:

Virtual Meeting
Live streaming at: https://youtu.be/emCcOkn6vLI

 

 

We are offering two (2) formats for Public Comments for Item 4 of the Agenda:

 

(1) Electronic Comments will be accepted from 1-3 p.m.
E-mail comments to: rmartinez@mvusd.net

(2) Verbal Comments will be accepted during the meeting; but prior coordination is required.

Please email Rosalie Martinez, rmartinez@mvusd.net, or call 951-571-7683 between 1-3 p.m. the day of the meeting to coordinate.  The Zoom Meeting details will be provided to you during this coordination, which will enable you to speak at the meeting during Item 4 of the Agenda.

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Meeting Agenda

 

1) Call to order
2) Introductions and welcome
3) Election of Chair and Vice Chair
4) Public comments on agenda and non-agenda items related to Measure M only
5) Review of the Measure M Financial Audit Report: Andrew Park, Eide Bailly LLC
6) Brief overview of projects: Samer Alzubaidi, Director of Facilities
7) Review of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Expenditure Report: Tarana Alam,
Key Analytics
8) Future Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee meeting date
9) Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Member questions and comments
10) Meeting adjourned

 

 

Availability of agenda materials: Agenda exhibits and other writings that are disclosable public records distributed to all or a majority of the members of the Citizens’ Oversight Committee in connection with a matter subject to discussion or consideration at an open meeting of the Committee are available for public inspection at the District’s Facilities Office, located at 13911 Perris Boulevard, Building A, Moreno Valley, CA 92553. If such writings are distributed to members of the Committee less than 72 hours prior to the meeting, they wil1 be available at the reception desk of the District Facilities Office during business hours at the same time as they are distributed to the Committee members, except that if such writings are distributed less than one hour prior to, or during, the meeting, they will be available in the meeting room.

 

Disability-related accommodations: The Citizens’ Oversight Committee meeting room is wheelchair accessible. If you require any special disability-related accommodations (e.g., access to an amplified sound system, etc.) please contact Rosalie Martinez at (951) 571-7690 during business hours, at least twenty-four (24) hours before the scheduled meeting. This agenda may be obtained in alternative format upon written request to Rosalie Martinez in the District Facilities Office, at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the scheduled meeting.

 

Interpretation and translation services for all Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Meetings: Must be requested ten (10) days in advance, prior to a meeting. 

 

Los servicios de interpretación y traducción para las reuniones del Comité de Supervisión de Bonos Ciudadanos se deben solicitar diez dias antes de la reunion.


 

PRIOR CBOC MEMBERS, (CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR NOTED):
 
Alpha Order:
Delorise Anderson
Jennifer Bell
​Tracy Brown - Vice Chair
Alicia Espinoza 
​Debby Johnson
​Marisela Lopez 
​Tim Lyons
Ross Nakatani
Christina Sanchez
​Pete Serbantes -  Chair of the Committee
​Kendall Shumway 
​Charles Smith
​Keri Then - Vice-Chair, and Chair of the Committee
​Linda Williams 

 

SELECTION CRITERIA OF CITIZENS' BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEMBERS:

1.  Meets Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws (that were approved by the District's Board on January 20, 2015)

2.  Meets Proposition 39 Member Criteria:

  • Member shall be the parent/guardian of child enrolled in the district
  • member shall be both a parent/guardian of child enrolled in the district and active in a parent-teacher organization
  • Member active in a business organization representing the business community
  • Member active in a senior citizens' organization
  • Member active in a bona-fide taxpayers association
  • Two members of the community-at-large

3. Response is consistent with Oversight Committee 'duties'

  • Inform the Public
  • Review Expenditures
  • Annual Reporting

4.  Response is focused on student achievement

5.  Response is indicative of support and investment in the community

6.  Diversity - representative of at-large geographic area