Citizen’s Bond Oversight Committee

  • In November 2010, voters approved Measure G, a general obligation bond measure to improve our local Cloverdale schools.  The California Constitution requires school districts to form a committee of appointed citizens to oversee the expenditure of funds and an annual performance and financial audit of the bond funds and projects.  The members of the committee are appointed by the School Board.  Committee members are governed by the rules and regulations as set forth and contained in the COC Bylaws. The committee’s purpose is to inform the public concerning the expenditures of the bond proceeds. 

    The purpose of the committee is to actively review and report on the prper expenditure of taxpayers’ money for school renovations:

    • Ensure Bond funds are used to legally authorized purposes.
    • Ensure funds are not used for teacher or administrative salaries.
    • Receive and review copies of the annual performance and financial audits of Bond projects as required by California State law (Prop. 39).
    • Provide information to the public on the progress of Bond projects and expenditure of Bond funds. 

    The committee meets at least once per year and no more frequently than once per quarter until the bond funds are expended. 

    If you would like to contact the Committee Chair, you can do so by emailing or calling the district office at 894-1993.

  • Members

    Brandon Axell
     Dave Wanke
    Kurt Kelder 
     Doug Dilley
    Linda Elliott
    Jean Herschede 
    Kurt Kelder
    **Vacant Position** 
  • Citizens' Oversight Committee Vacancy Announcement
    We are currently accepting applications for the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee.  We have one (1) position available.  If you are interested in serving your community on this committee, please submit an application.  Please complete and return the application to the CUSD, Superintendent, 97 School Street, Cloverdale, CA 95425.
    Click here to download the Citizens' Oversight Committee application. 

  • Open Meetings
    Per The Brown Act, meetings are open to the public; anyone can attend the Citizen's Bond Oversight
    Committee meetings. The Committee can only take action on items that are listed on the agenda.