Rowland Unified School District

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Community Application for Opening on RUSD Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee

What
Community Application for Opening on RUSD Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee
When
3/13/2018

Overview of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee 
 
On November 6, 2012, the voters of the Rowland Unified School District approved a One Hundred Fifty Eight Million Eight Hundred Thousand dollar ($158,500,000) bond proposal to upgrade and build school facilities across the District. With the passage of the bond, it is required to establish a Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee. The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee shall have at least seven (7) members. 

The District is looking for candidates to fill vacancies for a two-year term. 

The Committee is designed to include individuals with business experience, senior citizens, and members of the community. Members must be residents in the Rowland Unified School District. District officials, employees, vendors and contractors are prohibited from serving on the committee. 

The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee serves in an advisory role and does not have decision-making authority, but will review quarterly expenditure reports produced by the District to ensure that bond proceeds are expanded only for the purpose set forth in the ballot measure. The Committee will also review the audits and reports of expenditures of bond proceeds and will inform public concerning the same. 

Application Form 
Individuals a least 18 years of age who reside within the geographic boundary of the Rowland Unified School District are eligible to apply for appointment to the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee by completing the attached application form and returning it to: 
 
Rowland Unified School District Administrative Services Division 1830 S. Nogales Street Rowland Heights, CA 91748 Phone (626) 854-8309 Fax (626) 935-8460 
 
 

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