Measure B was approved under California Proposition 39 which requires that the District establish, populate and empower an independent citizens’ bond oversight committee. By California law, a school district has 60 days from the certification of the election to form the oversight committee. It must be made up of a minimum of 7 volunteer members who serve terms of two years each. Composition of the committee must include representatives from the business community, a senior citizen organization, a bona fide taxpayer organization as well as parents with children in the district. District residents may also serve as at large members. In addition, no employee or vendor of the district can be a committee member.
For Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Agendas, please view here.
At the January 11, 2017 meeting of the Board of Trustees, the following applicants were selected to serve:
Business Representatives: Lisa Swarthout (term expired 12/2017), Steve FrenchJulie Barnum
Senior Citizen Group Representatives: Bob BranstromIrene Frazier
Taxpayer Organization: Katy Schwarz (term expired 12/2018)
Parents of Students and Active in Parent Organizations: Rob KatzensteinEva NauAndrew Wilkinson
At-Large Community Members: Heino NicolaiPhilip Salter
On May 1, 2017 the Bond Oversight Committee toured the Nevada Union Campus. 
Bond Oversight Committee - people standing in a group outside
They toured the Bear River campus on August 7, 2017.

card header iconMeasure B Bond Oversight Committee Looking at BRHS Projects

BRHS Ag Mechanical Classroom Connection and Addition of Shutter Doors
Bond Oversight Committee Members Looking at BRHS Courtyard