Citizens' Oversight Committee Meeting Schedule
Meetings of the Citizens' Oversight Committee are held quarterly, at 4 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month in Conference Room 100B unless otherwise noted.
Conference Room 100B is located on the first floor of the Anaheim Campus, 1830 W. Romneya Drive, Anaheim.
March 6, 2013 - Meeting Agenda
June 5, 2013
September 4, 2013
December 4, 2013
When Measure X was approved by voters in the North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) in March 2002, a community-wide investment in education was initiated. Measure X provided bond funds of $239 million for facility improvement and expansion at Cypress College, Fullerton College, and the School of Continuing Education. Following is a list of bond projects funded by Measure X and other state and federal funding sources.
Anaheim CampusA combination of bond funds and District reserves provided for the purchase and remodeling of the former Martin Luther Hospital building to what is now the North Orange County Community College District - Anaheim Campus. The Campus serves as a central location for the Districtís School of Continuing Education, a new state of the art classroom and laboratory for the Cypress College Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary Arts Program, and an extension campus for Fullerton College. District administrative offices and services are also located at the Anaheim Campus.
Citizen's Oversight Committee
Provided for by state law, the Citizensí Oversight Committee oversees an annual fiscal audit, annual program audit, and compliance with the original voter-approved plan for the use of Proposition 39/Measure X funds. The Committee also ensures that construction and purchase of property, equipment, and furnishings are within project guidelines. The Committee maintains ongoing communications with the public regarding projects and funding. Regulated by the Ralph M. Brown Act of 1953, meetings are held four times a year, and past meeting minutes can be accessed by clicking here.Reporting to the Districtís Board of Trustees, the eight-member Citizensí Oversight Committee is compromised of representatives of businesses, senior citizen organizations, support groups, and students. District staff members or individuals in a financial relationship with the District may not serve on the Committee. Members of the Committee serve two-year terms and receive no compensation. For a list of Committee members, please click here .
In compliance with Proposition 39/Measure X General Obligation Bond, performance and financial audits