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The Natomas Unified School District and Twin Rivers Unified School District both seek volunteers to serve on their Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committees.
Bond oversight committees are responsible for reviewing expenditures of bond money approved by voters.
The Natomas school district has a vacancy on its committee left by former chair Scott Dosick who resigned from his post in January after being elected to the district’s school board. The Twin River school district seeks seven volunteers for its committee.
The Natomas Unified School District has two bonds the committee oversees. Measure M, voted in by the Community on November 5, 2002 in the amount of $45,880,000. Measure D, voted in by the Community on June 6, 2006 in the amount of $145,500,000. To find out more click here or contact Douglas Crancer, Assistant Superintendent of Business Services at (916) 567-5457.
The deadline to apply for the Twin Rivers committee is Feb. 28. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old and reside in school district boundaries – district employees and any vendor, contractor or consultant doing business with the district are not eligible to apply. More information can be found at the Twin River district’s website here.
Committee members for both school districts are approved by their respective school boards.