The Dublin Unified School District Citizens Bond Oversight Committee is seeking to fill four vacancies that currently leave the group without a quorum.
Due to the shortage of representation, the usually seven-member committee couldn’t vote on any issues at its Wednesday night meeting, where the group was also restricted to holding open discussion and sharing informative material.
After the $184 million Measure C bond measure was passed in 2004, the committee was formed to ensure that expenditures of bond funds for Measure C, as well as the general obligation bond measures E and H, are properly allocated. Currently the committee is looking for community members to represent the categories of community-at-large, parent, parent-teacher organization and taxpayers organization.
The Parcel Tax Oversight Committee is also looking for some new faces; the group was formed five years ago when voters approved Measure B, the local parcel tax which expires at the end of June and was recently replaced in the May 7 general election by Measure E. Representatives for the local business community, parent-teacher organizations and district families are needed.
Applicants for both committees must meet certain criteria such as being a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in a DUSD school or actively involved in a business, taxpayer or parent-teacher group. For more information and an application, visit the district website and click on the relevant committee.