Measure G Citizens Oversight Committee (COC)Law requires that a Citizens Oversight Committee be established to assure that bond funds are used as outlined in the ballot. The committee is composed of parents, seniors, business and civic leaders and meets on a quarterly basis. The committee reviews an annual audit performed by an outside firm and reports its findings to the community.Measure G Bond Oversight Committee Bylaws - as adopted by the Board of Education on February 5, 2015.We currently have four vacancies on the Measure G C.O.C. Applicants need to reside in the Measure G area (Folsom), and be a community member at large, member of a business organization, or parent/guardian of a District student who is active in a PTO (two spots avaiable). Click here for application. Please contact Sheryl Cosetti at (916) 294-9000, extension 103300 or email@example.com for questions.Measure G Oversight Committee: This committee is subject to the rules of the Brown Act.MemberRepresentationTerm Expires
Vacant Business Organization Jennifer Lane Senior Citizens Organization 1-2021 Laura Ruby Taxpayers Organization 11-2020 Ginger Sackmann Parent/Guardian-District student active in a PTO 1-2021 Elvia Triki Parent/Guardian-District student active in a PTO 4-2021 Veronica Voldseth Parent/Guardian-District student active in a PTO 4-2021 Nichole Willenborg Parent/Guardian-District student active in a PTO 1-2021 Vacant Community Member-At-Large Anna Boruk Parent/Guardian of an FCUSD student 10-2020Measure G COC Meetings: These meetings are open to the public. We encourage the public to attend and to provide input. The next Measure G COC meeting is scheduled for:April 3, 2019Sutter Middle School- Media Center715 Riley St.Folsom, CA 956304:30 pmNOTE: If you need a disability-related modification or accommodation, including auxiliary aids or services, to participate in the public meeting, contact the Facilities Planning and Construction office at (916) 294-9000 ext. 103300 at least 48 hours before the scheduled meeting so that we may make every reasonable effort to accommodate you. [Government Code § 54953.2; Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, § 202 (42 U.S.C. § 12132).