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Frequently Ask​​​ed Questions (FAQs)​​​​​​

What is the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee?

State law requires that colleges that pass Proposition 39 bonds establish an independent oversight committee to make sure that bond funds are spent in accordance with projects and programs outlined in the election ballot. The RCCD Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee is composed of seven appointed community members that represent the business community, senior citizen organizations, students enrolled and active in a community college support group, taxpayer organizations, college support organizations for the District and the community at large.​

Who Appoints Members to the Committee?

According to the Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Amended and Restated Bylaws, Section 5.4 Term - Except as otherwise provided herein, each member shall serve a term of two (2) years, commencing as of the later of the date of appointment by the Board or the date at which the Amended and Restated Bylaws are approved by the Board. No member may serve more than three (3) consecutive terms. At the Committee's first meeting, members may draw lots to select a minimum of two members to serve for an initial one (1) year term and the remaining members for an initial two (2) year term. Members whose term has expired may continue to serve on the Committee until a successor has been appointed.​

What are the CBOC Bylaws​?
Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Amended and Restated Bylaws​
Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Bylaw Change​ (3/15/2022)