Measure M

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Overview

On November 4, 2014, the voters of the Hollister School District passed Measure M, a $28.5 million Facilities Bond that will address the most critical renovation and modernization needs at the District's elementary and middle schools. Measure M will upgrade fire alarm and security systems, improve access to classroom technology, and provide better school access to people with disabilities.


 

MEASURE M PROGRESS


MEASURE M 11/4/14 GENERAL ELECTION


MEASURE M FACT SHEET - ENGLISH / SPANISH


RESOLUTION ORDERING AN ELECTION TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF SCHOOL BONDS, ESTABLISHING SPECIFICATIONS OF THE ELECTION ORDER, AND REQUESTING CONSOLIDATION WITH ANY OTHER ELECTIONS OCCURRING ON NOVEMBER 4, 2014


FULL TEXT OF BOND MEASURE


IMPARTIAL ANALYSIS OF MEASURE M BY THE SAN BENITO COUNTY COUNSEL'S OFFICE


OFFICIAL STATEMENT


MEASURE M PROJECT LIST

NOTICE TO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS

CONTRACTOR AND SUBCONTRACTORS PRE-QUALIFICATION FOR MEASURE M PROJECTS

R.O. HARDIN SCHOOL ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT NOTICE

R.O. HARDIN SCHOOL REPLACEMENT PROJECT - INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS

R.O HARDIN ROOF PROJECT ADDENDA #2

RANCHO SAN JUSTO ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT

HSD CERRA VISTA CONTROLLED ACCESS PROJECT

LEGAL NOTICE - MARGUERITE MAZE CHILLER
 

On November 4, 2014, the voters of the Hollister School District passed Measure M, a $28.5 million Facilities Bond.  On January 27, 2015, the Board of Trustees approved a Resolution that established a Citizen's Oversight Committee to oversee Measure M bond proceeds, expenditures and audit reports.  


RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING MEASURE M CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE


BYLAWS AND OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR THE MEASURE M CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE


CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE - ROSTER

The by-laws of the Oversight Committee call for the selection of a minimum of seven (7) members, representing identified community and school stakeholder groups. The committee shall include one member who is active in a business organization representing the business community located within the school district; one member active in a senior citizens' organization; one member who is the parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the school district, one member who is the parent or guardian of a child and is active in a parent-teacher organization; and one member who is active in a bona fide taxpayers' organization. the committee may not include any employee or official of the school district. In addition to membership on the committee being comprised of individuals from the groups identified above, two (2) members at large will also be included.


MEASURE M CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE OPENINGS


MEASURE M CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE APPLICATION

 

Parent of a Child Open
Parent of a Child and Active in an Association Michelle Bingman
Member of a Business Organization Kristina Chavez Wyatt
Member of a Senior Citizens' Organization Open
Member of a Taxpayer Organization Judi Johnson
At-Large (two members) Lori Woodle, 
Michael (Miguel) A. Martinez

 
CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE - MEETING AGENDA

July 14, 2016 - AGENDA


CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE - APPROVED MEETING MINUTES

APRIL 14, 2016 MINUTES
‚Äč - REGULAR MEETING

JANUARY 14, 2016 MINUTES
 REGULAR MEETING

SEPTEMBER 10, 2015 MINUTES - REGULAR MEETING

JUNE 4, 2015 MINUTES
 - SPECIAL MEETING


CITIZENS' OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE - UNAPPROVED MEETING MINUTES

JULY 14, 2016 - UNAPPROVED MINUTES


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