FAIRFIELD — The executive director of the L-Measure Oversight Committee told the Fairfield-Suisun School Board this week that the bond proceeds were only used for the purposes of the ballot measure.
Paul Speed, executive director of facilities and operations for the Measure J Citizens’ Oversight Committee, presented the committee’s 2021 report at a speedy board meeting Thursday.
The committee also concluded that bond proceeds were maximized, Speed said.
In the June 7, 2016 election, the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District successfully won voter approval for a $249 million general bond bond.
The oversight committee is responsible for ensuring that the district uses funds as intended and meets quarterly to review expense reports and programs and projects related to district obligations.
Meeting notices, agendas, minutes, and all documents and reports received by committee members are in the public domain and are available at the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District office and on the committee’s webpage. Citizen Watch, fsusd.org/Page/16465.
Nominations for the committee are available on the committee webpage.