North Monterey County Unified Schools: Vote Yes on Measure H Bonds - Monterey County - 2013 General Election
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Measure H Question

Pass: 2,453 / 61.04% Yes votes ...... 1,566 / 38.96% No votes

To renovate and modernize aging school facilities and classrooms, upgrade libraries, replace leaking and deteriorating roofs, improve energy efficiency by upgrading heating, electrical and plumbing systems, upgrade athletic facilities, upgrade access to instructional technology, and improve school safety and security, shall the North Monterey County Unified School District be authorized to issue $23,800,000 in bonds at legal interest rates with no funds for administrator salaries and an appointed Independent Citizens' Oversight Committee to monitor all bond expenditures?

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Impartial Analysis for Measure H

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Measure H Agenda Description

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2013-07-25 Resolution

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
July 25, 2013 7:00PM

14. DISCUSSION
14.1. Public Hearing and Presentation on the General Obligation School Bond for the November 5, 2013 Election
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Discuss the 2013 General Obligation Bond Election and Related Proposed Bonding Plan.
INFORMATION:
An presentation will be provided that outlines the process, provisions, legislative updates, bond structuring considerations, and an overview of the proposed general obligation bond program to include other possible matching funding opportunities. The following representatives will be able to respond to questions related to their perspective area of expertise. Mark Epstein, Financial Advisor from California Financial Services Ivory Li, Underwriter from Piper Jaffray Brian Quint, Bond Council Services from Quint & Thimming, LLP Connell Lindh, Bond Feasibility Study and Pre-election Services
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees receive the presentation and allow for discussion and public comment.
Minutes:
President Gary De Amaral opened up the public Hearing and closed the Public hearing. There were no public comments. Mr. Mark Epsein,consultant, gave an overview on the process of the General Obligation Bond.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Attached powerpoint presentation.
Attachments:
2013 General Bond Overview Presentation
14.2. Approve Resolution No. 2013-1403 of the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Ordering a School Bond Election, and Authorizing Necessary Actions in Connection Therewith
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the Resolution No. 2013-1403 of the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Ordering a School Bond Election, and Authorizing Necessary Action in Connection Therewith.
Actions:
Motion
Approve the Resolution No. 2013-1403 of the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Ordering a School Bond Election, and Authorizing Necessary Action in Connection Therewith. - Motion made by Jennifer Skidgel Clarke and a seconded by Polly Jimenez.
Vote:
Yes Polly Jimenez.
Yes Gary De Amaral.
Yes Michael Deckelmann.
Yes Jennifer Skidgel Clarke.
INFORMATION:
The Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District is authorized to order elections within the DIstrict and to designate the specifications thereof, pursuant to sections 5304 and 5322 of the California Education Code. The order of elections if for the purpose of submitting to the electors the question of whether bonds of the District shall be issued and sold for the purpose of raising money for the purpose specified within the Resolution No. 2013-2014 at the regularly scheduled November 5, 2013 election.
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustee approve the Resolution No. 2013-1403 of the Board of Education Ordering A School Bond Election.
Minutes:
Superintendent Yeater asked the Board to approve Resolution 2013-1403.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Attached is the Resolution No. 2013-1403.
Attachments:
Bond Election Resolution July 25-2013

2013-12-12 Election Results

18.3. Approve Resolution No. 2013-1414 of the Board of Trustees of the North Monterey County Unified School District Canvassing the Results of the General Obligation Bond Election Held on November 5, 2013
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Approve Resolution No. 2013-1414 canvassing the results of the general obligation bond election held on November 5, 2013 as presented.
INFORMATION:
The Board of Trustees of the North Monterey County Unified School District adopted Resolution No. 2013-1403 on July 25, 2013 ordering the County Registrar of Voters to call an election for general obligation bond authorized to be held on November 5, 2013. The notice of the Bond Election was duly given and the Bond Election was called pursuant to the provisions of the California Constitution and State Law, including the terms and conditions under Proposition 39 and related State legislation. The Bond Election was duly held and conducted on a measure (Measure H) to authorize the issuance of bonds of the District in the amount not to exceed twenty-three million eight hundred ($23,800,000). It appears from the Canvass and the Statement of Results and the Certificate of Election that sixty-one percent (61.04%) of the votes cast were in favor. These results meet the required fifty-five percent (55%) or more.
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Resolution No. 2013-1414 as presented.
Minutes:
Superinetendent Kari Yeater presented the following:
Monterey County Elections DepartmentNotification of Election Results
Statement of Results (Votes)
Certificate of Registrar of Voters
Motion made by: Michael Deckelman Seconded by: Polly Jimenez Votes: Unanimously.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Attached is the Resolution that includes the following documents under Exhibit A:
Monterey County Elections Department Notification of Election Results
Statement of Results (Votes)
Certificate of Registrar of Voters
Attachments:
Resolution No. 2013-1414 Canvassing Election Results for Bond

2014-01-09 Measure H Series A

Regular Board meeting
North Monterey County USD
January 09, 2014 7:00PM

17.3. North Monterey County Unified School District General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A Financing Schedule
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Informational only.
INFORMATION:
The District passed Measure H, a General Obligation Bond in November 2013. At the December 12, 2013 Board meeting, the Board approved the Resolution Canvassing the Results of the General Obligation Bond Election. The District's Bond Program team has developed a financing schedule that outlines the steps for the Bond financing for Spring 2015.
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board review the General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A Financing Schedule as presented.
Minutes:
Superintendent Kari Yeater gave a brief explanation on the steps that the Distrcit would need to take and gave a financial timeline. She stated that the goal is to do this sometime in April 2014 or May 2014.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Attached is the Financing Schedule.
Attachments:
General Obligation Bond, Series A Financing Schedule 2014

2014-02-06 Appoint CBOC

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
February 06, 2014 7:00PM


15.1. Resolution No. 2013-1417 Establishing Bond Oversight Committee and Appointing Committee Members
PREPARED BY:
Debbie Duncan, Confidential Administrative Assistant, Business Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Recommend approving Resolution No. 2013-1417 Establishing Bond Oversight Committee and Appointing Committee Members.
Actions:
Motion
Recommend approving Resolution No. 2013-1417 Establishing Bond Oversight Committee and Appointing Committee Members. - Motion made by Jennifer Skidgel Clarke and a seconded by Michael Deckelmann.
Vote:
Yes Gary De Amaral.
Yes Michael Deckelmann.
Yes Jennifer Skidgel Clarke.
INFORMATION:
As a result of the passage of the November 7, 2013 Bond initiative, section 15278 of the California Education Code requires the District to establish a citizens oversight committee.
 
Minutes:
Kari gave an overview of the memebers and their duties.
1) Business organization representing the business community within the North Monterey County Unified School District- Lori Miranda North County Chamber and North County Rotary.
2) Senior Citizens Organization-Cosme Padilla-Castroville Neighborhood Watch.
3) Bona Fide Taxpayer Association-Manuel Osorio ?Salinas Taxpayers Association.
4) North Monterey County Unified School District Parent-Martha Chavarria-North Monterey County Middle School.
5) North Monterey County Unified ELAC/DELAC/School Site Council Parent-Adrian Ayala-Elkhorn Elementary School.
6) At Large Community Members-a) Larry Calhoun-Business Owner and Community Member; b) Lillian Mulvey-North Monterey County High School Band Boosters Club; c)Eddie Centeno-North Monterey County High School Parent; d) Kevin Healy-North Monterey County Middle School Parent and Monterey County Housing Authority Commissioner
Attachments:
Resolution For Bond Oversight

2014-04-03 Measure H Series A

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
April 03, 2014 7:00PM

15.2. Public Hearing and Presentation on the General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A (2014)
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Discuss the Proposed Bonding Plan for First Issuance of Measure H Bonds.
INFORMATION:
A presentation will provide a review of the school district?s General Obligation Bond history, bond structuring considerations and next steps for the Election of 2013 General Obligation Bonds, Series A (2014). The following representatives will be able to respond to questions related to their perspective area of expertise. Mark Epstein, Financial Advisor from California Financial Services Ivory Li, Underwriter from Piper Jaffray The bond structuring considerations are based upon the assumptions made in July 2013 when the Board of Trustees prior to approving the resolution to call for a general obligation bond election on the November 2013 ballot.
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees receive the presentation and allow for discussion and public comment.
Minutes:
Ms. Jennifer Skidge Clarke opened the Public Hearing: Mr. Mark Epstein and Ms. Ivory Li from California Services presenetd the Series A from the elections. Mr. Esptein gave an overview and presented a PowerPoint presentation. The presentation consisted of the following. -Overview of North Monterey County USD?s authorized G.O. Bond Programs -2013-14 Tax Base Growth Including Growth Needed to Support Debt Service -2013-14 Tax Base Diversifications by Land Use Type -2013-14 Tax Base Information for Single Family Homes -Overview of Basic Election of 2013 Bond Program Features -Debt Profile of Election of 2013 Bond Program Explanation of Assumptions Included in 2014 Bond Issuance Plan Next Steps: -Remember, Selling Bonds Are Just One Piece of the Facility Puzzle Appendix A -Explanation of How Bond Premium can be used to -Increase Project Funds -Comparison of Two Bonding Options Presented as an informational item.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Powerpoint Presentation
Attachments:
NMCUSD

2014-04-14 Measure H Series A Issuance

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
April 24, 2014 7:00PM

15.1. Adopt Resolution No. 2013-1421, the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of the District's General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A (2014), in the Aggregate Principal Amount of Not to Exceed $15,500,000
PREPARED BY:
Kari Yeater, Superintendent
RECOMMENDATION:
Adopt the Resolution No. 2013-1421, the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of the District's General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A (2014), in the Aggregate Principal Amount of Not to Exceed $15,500,000
Actions:
Motion
Adopt the Resolution No. 2013-1421, the Board of Education of the North Monterey County Unified School District Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of the District's General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A (2014), in the Aggregate Principal Amount of Not to Exceed $15,500,000 - Motion made by Jennifer Skidgel Clark and a seconded by Linda Lines.
Vote:
Yes Jennifer Skidgel Clark.
Yes Gary De Amaral.
Yes Michael Deckelmann.
Yes Linda Lines.
INFORMATION:
The District passed a General Obligation Bond on November 5, 2013. On December 12, 2013, the Board approved Resolution No. 2013-1414 Canvassing the Results of the General Obligation Election and then approve the Resolution No. 2013-1415 which was the Official Intent Regarding Capital Expenditures to be Reimbursed from Proceeds of a Tax-Exempt Obligation.

The District has convened a Citizens Oversight Committee as required by law and is now ready to adopt a resolution to authorize the issuance and sale of the first series (Series A-2014) of the general obligation bond.
 
FISCAL IMPACT:
The General Obligation Bond Series A proceeds and any related cost of issuance are part of the overall bond financing plan are do not have a direct impact on the District's unrestricted or restricted budget. All bond proceeds will be recorded and accounted for in a separate budget as required under the Schools Accounting Code Structure (SACS) and permitted by law, monitored by the Citizens Oversight Committee.
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees adopt the Resolution No. 2013-1421, the Board of Education of NMCUSD Authorizing the Issuance and Sale of the District's General Obligation Bonds, Election of 2013, Series A (2014), in the Aggregate Principal Amount of Not to Exceed $15,500,000.
Minutes:
Superintendent Kari Yeater presented the Resolution and Mr. Brian Quint was available for questions. Mr. Quint reported that he has been working with Ms. Liann Reyes and the attached documents had to be updated to reflect the new funding model. Mr. Quint reported on the first series of bonds which will be official and will plan to go into the market next week.
SUPPORTING DATA:
The District's Bond Council, Brian Quint from Quint & Thimmig, LLP along with the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services, Liann Reyes, have revised the Preliminary Official Statement document which is on file for public review at the District office.

Attached is the full Resolution No. 2013-1421 document that outlines the following:
Article I: Definitions, authority
Article II: The Series A Bonds
Article III Issue of Series A Bonds, Application of Series A Bond Proceeds, Security for the Series A Bonds
Article IV:Sale of Series A Bonds; Application of Series A Bond
Proceeds, Security for the Series A Bonds, Sale of Bonds; Approval of Paying Agent Agreement, Approval of Official Statement
Article V: Other Convenants of the District
Article VI: The Paying Agent
Article VII: Events of Default and Remedies of Bondowners
Article VIII: Supplemental Resolutions
Article IX: Miscellaneous

*Forms will be completed upon the sale of the Series A Bond.
Exhibit A: Form of Series A Bond
Exhibit B: Form of Bond Purchase Agreement
Exhibit C: Form of Paying Agent Agreement
Exhibit D: Form of Continuing Disclosure Certificate
Exhibit E: Estimated Cost of Issuance
Exhibit D:
Attachments:
Resolution No. 2013-1421 Issuance and Sale of the District's General Obligation Bond Series A (2014)

2014-07-24 Charging Salary to Bond

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
July 24, 2014 7:00PM

15.3. Approve a .375 (up to 3 hours) Accountant IV position to support the Bond Program.
PREPARED BY:
Liann Reyes, Assistant Superintendent ? Business Services
RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the addition of a .375 (up to three hours) Accountant IV to support the Bond Program.
Actions:
Motion
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the addition of a .375 (up to three hours) Accountant IV to support the Bond Program. - Motion made by Jennifer Skidgel Clark and a seconded by Michael Deckelmann.
Vote:
Yes Jennifer Skidgel Clark.
Yes Gary De Amaral.
Yes Michael Deckelmann.
INFORMATION:
With the passage of Measure H, the bond program manager has undertaken all aspects of the program. Due to the nature of the bond projects, assistance is required up to three hours per day to assist with the effective and efficient operation of the District accounting and business services related to the completion of the 2013 bond measure (Measure H).
 
FISCAL IMPACT:
This assignment is for up to three hours per day until the bond proceeds are exhausted. The bond project is expected to last between three to four years. The anticipated cost to add the three hours of support for the first year is estimated at $18,850, including statutory taxes. These hours would be paid from Fund 21 bond proceeds.
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees Approve the .375 (up to three hours) Accountant IV for the bond program manager.
Minutes:
Superintendent Kari Yeater explained that the account position would support the Bond Program. She explained all the tedious job duties and the accountability part of this job. They would be working closely with the Bond Manager.
SUPPORTING DATA:
Under the general supervision of the Bond Program Manager and within a broad framework of policies and procedures, the individual would perform calculations related to the bookkeeping and accounting functions of the district Bond Program. Support is required in the form of generation of purchase orders, writing letters, reports, and memoranda as necessary, attendance at and record minutes of the quarterly Bond Oversight Committee Meetings (BOC).

2014-09-18 Approve CBOC Bylaws

Regular Board meeting
North Monterey County USD
September 18, 2014 7:00PM

12.2. Approve Citizens Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws
PREPARED BY:
Liann Reyes, Assistant Superintendent Business Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the bylaws as presented.
INFORMATION:
North Monterey County Unified School District was successful at the election conducted on November 5, 2013 in obtaining authorization from the District?s voter to issue up to $23,800,000 aggregate principal amount of the District?s general obligation bonds, pursuant to a 55% vote. The election was conducted under Proposition 39, being chaptered as the Strict Accountability in Local School Construction Bonds Act of 2000, at Section 15274 et seq. of the Education Code of the State. Pursuant to Section 15278 of the Education Code, the District established the Citizens? Bond Oversight Committee to satisfy the accountability requirement of Prop 39.
 
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees accept these bylaws as presented.
SUPPORTING DATA:
The Board of Trustees of the North Monterey County Unified School District established the Citizens? Bond Oversight Committee which shall have the duties and rights set forth in the attached bylaws. The Committee does not have independent legal capacity from the District.
Attachments:
Citizens Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws

2015-02-26 Approval of Auditor

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
February 26, 2015 7:00PM

14.6. Approve the Proposed Engagement Letter with Goodell, Porter, Sanchez, & Bright, LLP to Prepare the Annual Performance Bond Fund Audit.
PREPARED BY:
Liann Reyes, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the Proposed Engagement Letter with Goodell, Porter, Sanchez, & Bright, LLP to prepare the Annual Building Bond Fund Audit.
INFORMATION:
The bond audit will include both the financial and the performance audit. The financial audit will also be presented in the District?s annual audit. Following California Education Code Section 15278(c), the District's bond must be overseen by a Citizens' Oversight Committee. This committee is required to receive and review an annual performance audit. Per California Education Code Section 15280(b), the Citizens' Oversight Committee is required to supply to the Board, in an open meeting, an annual report of this audit. This annual bond fund audit will also satisfy the requirements of California Constitution Article XIII, 1(b)(3), as it pertains to Proposition 39 and district bond funds.
 
FISCAL IMPACT:
It is expected that the fees for this audit will be approximately $4,000 and will be paid from Fund 21.
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the proposed engagement letter for Goodell, Porter, Sanchez, & Bright, LLP that would be ending June 30, 2015.
SUPPORTING DATA:
The engagement letter presented is for the audit period ending June 30, 2015 and will cover Fiscal Years July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2015.
Attachments:
NMCUSD - Building Fund Bond Audit - 14-15

2015-04-09 Bond Project Software

Regular Board Meeting
North Monterey County USD
April 09, 2015 7:00PM

9.2. Approve Capital Facilities Financial Management and Reporting Services Agreement for Required Reporting for Bond Construction Projects
PREPARED BY:
Rick Diaz, Bond Program Manager Liann Reyes, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services
RECOMMENDATION:
Approval of Capital Facilities Financial Management and Reporting Services Agreement with California Financial Services provided via CFS InternetAccess software program for required reporting for Bond Construction Projects.
INFORMATION:
In January of 2015, California Financial Services (CFS) agreed to grant access for North Monterey County Unified School District to utilize their CFS InternetAccess software for a six month trial at no cost or obligation. The software services provide accurate detailed information specific to capital facilities projects that meet the reporting criteria required by the Office of Public School Construction (OPSC) for state funded projects. The program also has the ability to pull reports such as expense reports and budget reports with varying levels of detail that span fiscal years, which is critical for facility projects. The system is web-based and can be accessed from anywhere with internet access and the proper access code.
 
FISCAL IMPACT:
Initial setup fee is $5,000.00 which includes: 1. The initial software system setup to match district accounts, 2. Projects tailored to the district's needs, and 3. Two training sessions for district staff. The annual fee for services including monthly uploading services and new project setup is $17,500.00 and will be paid from Fund 21 Measure H Bond.
SUPERINTENDENT'S COMMENTS:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Agreement with California Financial Services for the InternetAccess Software program as presented.
SUPPORTING DATA:
After working with the financial software for several months and using the budget and planning capabilities for project forecasting, we are very pleased with the software's ability to provide the required level of mandatory reporting. This includes project budgets, expenditure reports and Bond Oversight Committee reports. An added advantage of the software is a reduction to the amount of staff time; the system saves time by pulling together information quickly and accurately.
Attachments:
CA Financial Services Contract

2015-08-20 Fill CBOC Vacancies

Regular Board Meeting-Closed Session 6:15 p.m.
North Monterey County USD
August 20, 2015 7:00PM

O.I. Approve Resolution No. 2015-1603 to Appoint Citizens Bond Oversight Committee Members (Action Item)Was edited within 72 hours of the Meeting
Rationale:

The NMCUSD Citizens Bond Oversight Committee was established by the Board of Trustees and members were appointed to serve for a two-year term.  Several committee members have had to resign their membership, two due to serving as Board of Trustees for NMCUSD and one who could no longer make the commitment.  Positions for the Bond Oversight Committee have been posted and three applications were received.  The three applicants who are being recommended to serve on the NMCUSD Citizens Bond Oversight Committee are the following:

1.  Jose Anaya, parent and business owner

2.  Patricia Alva, parent serving on School Site Council and the Parent Teacher Group

3.  Dean Lines, parent serving on the Parent Teacher Group


 
Attachments:
Resolution to Appoint New Bond Oversight Committee Members

2015-10-01 2014-2015 CBOC Annual Report

Regular Board Meeting- Closed Session 6:30 p.m.
North Monterey County USD
October 01, 2015 7:00PM

P.IV. Receive Measure ‘H' Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report Presented by the Committee Chair (Information Item)
Rationale:

Proposition 39 requires the sponsoring school district of an approved measure to establish a Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) to review expenditures, annually report, and inform the public regarding the expenditures of the general obligation bond. The BOC must provide an annual report confirming that bond funds were expended in accordance with Proposition 39 requirements. This is the NMCUSD Measure H BOC's first annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015. As this is the first annual report, it also includes all expenditures in fiscal year ending June 30, 2014. 




 
Financial Impact:

No Fiscal Impact

Attachments:
BOC Annual Report
Powerpoint presentation -BOC Annual Report

2016-02-25 Fill CBOC vacancy

Regular Board Meeting-Closed Session 6:00 p.m.
North Monterey County USD
February 25, 2016 7:00PM

O.XII. Approve New Appointment to the North Monterey County Unified School District Bond Oversight Committee to fill a Vacancy. (Consent Item)
Rationale:

Due to a recent resignation of a Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) member, a vacancy became available for a "Community-At-Large" position.  The position was publicly advertised for applications from those interested in participating. Margaret Stone, who has been present at every BOC meeting for the Measure H Bond, submitted an application.  After reviewing the application district staff is recommending Margaret Stone be appointed to the Committee. 

 
Financial Impact:

None.

2016-10-06 2015-2016 Annual Report

Regular Board Meeting-Closed Session 4:45 p.m.
North Monterey County USD
October 06, 2016 7:00PM

P.V. Measure ‘H' Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report 2016 (Committee Report Item)
Rationale:

Proposition 39 requires the sponsoring school district of an approved measure to establish a Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) to review expenditures, annually report, and inform the public regarding the expenditures of the general obligation bond. The BOC must provide an annual report confirming that bond funds were expended in accordance with Proposition 39 requirements. This is the NMCUSD Measured H BOC's annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016.  This is the second annual report completed for Measure H.



 
Financial Impact:

None

Attachments:
BOC Annual Powerpoint Presentation
BOC Annual Report

2016-11-03 Fill a vacancy

Regular Board Meeting-Closed Session 5:45 p.m.
North Monterey County USD
November 03, 2016 7:00PM

P.II. Approve Appointment of Deborah Trice to the North Monterey County Unified School District Bond Oversight Committee to fill a vacancy (Action Item)
Rationale:

Due to a recent resignation of a Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) member that moved out of the district, a vacancy became available for a "Community-At-Large" position.  The position was publicly advertised for applications from those interested in participating and Deborah Trice submitted an application.  After reviewing the application district staff is recommending Deborah Trice be appointed to the Committee. 


 
Financial Impact:

No fiscal impact.


Attachments:
Bond Oversight Committee Application

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