Benicia Unified School District

BUSD Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee

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Posted On: August 23, 2017

The Benicia Unified School District (BUSD) seeks members for the BUSD Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) for the Measure S School Facility Program. As required by law, the CBOC was established on October 4, 2014, and has met quarterly since then. The purpose of the CBOC is to inform
the public, review bond expenditures and present an Annual Report to the School Board. There are 2 seats open on the 7-member committee, and existing members may be re-appointed. The term of each membership is 2 years, and no member may serve more than three consecutive terms. In order to be considered for the committee, an application must be completed and submitted to the BUSD Superintendent’s Office at 350 East K Street in Benicia by Friday, September 8, 2017. The applicant must also belong to one of the following groups: a member from a bona-fide taxpayers organization, or a
member of the community at-large. The BUSD Superintendent will review the applications and then bring a recommendation to the School Board to appoint or re-appoint to these 2 seats on the CBOC at a school board meeting. Applications may be picked up at the BUSD District Office at 350 East K Street, or from the BUSD web site at