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Facilities Advisory Committee

The purpose of the Facility Advisory Committee (FAC) is to review, analyze, advise and make recommendations to the Superintendent of the El Segundo Unified School district Superintendent regarding the planning and prioritizing of facility projects of the El Segundo Unified School District (the “District”). The FAC shall review all information presented to it and obtained by it, including but not limited to master facility plans and data from School Site Facility Committees (“SSFC”), and shall report to and/or make recommendations to the Superintendent. The FAC will serve as a clearinghouse through which each SSFC consolidates and passes its opinions regarding the facilities development programs for specific school sites. Upon the Superintendent's request, the FAC shall analyze, discuss, evaluate and offer its advice and recommendations regarding the scope, scheduling, budgeting, prioritization and allocation of resources for the various projects, including any projects financed from the passage of Measure ES. Its advisory function is intended to inform but not to override or supplant that of the Superintendent. 

Committee Membership

Parents/Community Representatives
Frank Glynn, Parent
Scott, Layne, Parent
Vacant, Parent / Community Representative
Chris Powell, Chairperson, Parent
Stephanie Rasmussen, Parent
Mike Rotolo, Community Representative
Andrew Bart, Community Representative
Management Representatives
Dr. Dylan Farris, Executive Director of Human Resources and Facilities
Kim Linz, Chief Business Official
Ali Rabiei, Director of Operations
Bargaining Unit Representatives
ESTA Representative: Carolyn Elder
CSEA Representative: William Ochoa
Board of Education Representatives
Tracey Miller-Zarneke

Agendas and Meeting Minutes



In an attempt to control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to reduce and minimize the risk of infection, Governor Newsom issued Executive Orders N-25-20 (March 12, 2020), and N-29-20 (March 17, 2020), waiving certain Brown Act requirements around teleconferencing and public participation at public meetings.


Under the new Executive Orders, Committee Members may participate in public meetings, via teleconference, without geographical or posting restrictions; while, requiring the Committee to make the public meeting accessible telephonically or otherwise electronically to all members of the public to observe and to address the Committee. During the existence of these Executive Orders, the Committee is not required to have a location for the public to be physically present to observe the Committee meeting or to address the Committee.


ESUSD is doing its part to help in the efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 by encouraging members of the public to watch the Facility Advisory Committee meeting using the following information.


Zoom Meeting:


Meeting ID: 880 4616 2649


Passcode: 148144


Public comments on any agenda item may be submitted in advance via email to with the subject “Public Comment - FAC.” Please submit comments by 12:00 p.m. on March 30th and limit to 400 words or less. Public comments will be shared with Facility Advisory Committee Members and read aloud during the designated public communications period.