Citizens Bond Oversight Committee
ESUSD seeks Measure ES Bond Oversight Committee Members
The El Segundo Unified School District (ESUSD) is seeking residents to oversee the spending of Measure ES, the $92 million in school bonds approved by the voters on November 6, 2018.
Community members who live within the boundaries of ESUSD are eligible to apply for membership on the Measure ES Citizen Bond Oversight Committee.
The sole responsibility of the committee is to ensure that the General Obligation Bond funds are used in accordance with the intentions of the voters. This includes reviewing and reporting on the proper expenditure of the funds for the ESUSD school facilities projects as outlined under Measure ES.
Membership for the committee must include at least seven individuals, five of whom provide the following representation:
- One business member active in a business organization within the school district.
- One member active in a senior citizen’s organization;
- One member active in a bona fide taxpayer association;
- One member who is a parent or guardian of student enrolled in the district
- One member who is a parent or guardian of a district student and is active in a parent-teacher organization.
- Two members of the community-at-large
Interested citizens should complete the application form and submit it by 4:30 PM on Friday, January 11, 2019 to Kim Linz in the ESUSD Business Office.
ESUSD Business Services Office
Attention: Kim Linz
641 Sheldon Avenue
El Segundo, CA 90245
or by email: email@example.com
Interviews will be conducted if there are multiple applicants in the same category. Please read the bylaws to fully understand the responsibilities of the position.
Download the application here, or call 310-615-2650 ex. 1520 to have one mailed to you.