MEASURE J - CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE (COC)
May 26, 2015
April 12, 2016
December 5, 2016
February 9, 2017
June 1, 2017
January 30, 2018
February 27, 2018
March 20, 2018
April 24, 2018
October 23, 2018
January 29, 2019
February 26, 2019
March 26, 2019
May 27, 2020
June 9, 2020
June 11, 2020
June 17, 2020
October 7, 2020
* Due to the COVID-19 "Stay at Home" mandate, meetings are conducted as video-conference meetings. Members of the Committee and District staff will attend the meetings via video conference. The meeTexttings are live-streamed for the public.
BOARD APPROVAL OF 2019-2021 COMMITTEE
At the June 3, 2020 Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the new Citizens' Oversight Committee for the term of 7-1-2019 through 6-30-2021. The approved members of the committee are:
BOARD APPROVAL OF 2017-2019 COMMITTEE
At the June 6, 2017 Board of Education meeting, the Board approved the new Citizens' Oversight Committee for a term of 7-1-2017 through 6-30-2019. The approved members of the committee are:
JUNE 2017 CITIZEN'S OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ANNUAL REPORT
At the June 1, 2017 Citizens' Oversight Committee meeting the COC approved the 2016-2017 annual report of the committee which details the implementation of Measure J Bond improvements to our schools. From inception in 2015 until August 31, 2016, $422,314.90 has been spent on improvements throughout the Ojai Unified School District.
BOARD APPROVAL OF 2015-2017 COMMITTEE
At the March 11, 2015 Board Meeting the Board approved the recommended current committee members:
BOARD APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE
At the December 9, 2014 Board Meeting the Board approved the application criteria and process for the Citizens’ Oversight Committee; 16 applications were received. A subcommittee interviewed all 16 applicants. The subcommittee was co-chaired by Jane Weil and Kevin Ruf and included Dr. Bangser, Director of Maintenance Operations and Transportation Josh Brown-Koenig, and community members Glenn Fout and Bill Gilbreth.
The subcommittee found that every applicant was superbly qualified to serve. We hope those who were not selected will stay interested as the committee members will need to be replaced every two years. The subcommittee members considered having a 16-person committee but felt such a large group would be difficult to operate.