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Citizens Oversight Committee

Measure Y was passed under the rules of Proposition 39, which directs the Board of Trustees to appoint a Citizen’s Oversight Committee to monitor bond expenditures.  The Committee is responsible for reviewing expenditures related to the bond that was approved by voters of the Temecula Valley Unified School District in November 2012.  Measure Y makes available $165 million from property taxes to acquire, construct and reconstruct school facilities, and provide for supporting infrastructure at existing school sites throughout the District. The funds come from issuance of a series of bonds to occur four times over approximately ten years.


The committee must consist of at least seven (7) members who will actively review and report on the proper expenditure of the bond proceeds.  The Committee membership is required to include one member who is active in a business organization that represents the business community of the District; one member active in a senior citizen’s organization; one member active in a bona fide taxpayer association; one member who is a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District; and one member who in addition to having a child enrolled in the District is also active in a parent-teacher organization. 

There is no salary or stipend associated with service on this committee.


Members serve two-year terms and are allowed to serve three (3) consecutive terms


No member may be an employee or official of the District nor any vendor, contractor or consultant of the District.


Membership Application.pdf

Quarterly Meetings

Meetings of the Citizen's Oversight Committee are called, noticed, held, and conducted subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, and are open to the public.  Meetings are held quarterly at the District Office or at one of the District schools that have benefited from Measure Y funds.


As part of the authorization and voter approval of Proposition Y and under the regulations of Proposition 39 and Education Code Section 15278, et. seq., the District is required to form a Citizens’ Oversight Committee (COC) comprised of members of the community to assist the District in reviewing the expenditure of bond funds as they occur and inform the public on the expenditure of the bond proceeds.  The committee shall:

  • Actively review and report on the proper expenditure of taxpayers' money for school construction;

  • Advise the public as to whether the school district is in compliance with the requirements of Article XIIIA, Section 1(B) (3); and

  • Convene to provide oversight but not limited to:

    • Ensuring that bond revenues are expended only for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of school facilities, including the furnishing and equipping of school facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for school facilities;

    • Ensuring that no funds are used for any teacher or administrative salaries or the school operating expense

  • Prepare the required annual, independent performance audit

  • Receive and review copies of the required annual, independent financial audit.

COC Policy and Regulations


Citizens' Oversight Committee Membership

The Committee must include at least seven members of the community who will be appointed by the Governing Board of the School District. Five of the seven members should include: One (1) member who is active in a business organization representing the business community located within the District; One (1) member who is active in a senior citizen’s organization; One (1) member who is active in a bona fide taxpayer association; One (1) member shall be the parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District; and One (1) member shall be both a parent or guardian of a child enrolled in the District and active in a parent-teacher organization, such as a parent-teacher association or school site council.

The following members of the COC represent a diverse group of the Temecula Valley community.  These members were appointed by the Board of Trustees on March 17, 2015, pursuant to Proposition 39 regulations.


Cheryl Eckard, Member at large

Jonathan Greenberg, Member at large

Tim O'Connell, Member who is active in a senior citizen's organization

Teresa Owens, Member who is active in a taxpayer association

Tiffany Richter, Member who is a parent/guardian and active in parent-teacher organization

Jason Senecal, Member who is active in business community

Jenny Shin, Member is a parent/guardian of a child enrolled in the District

The following District Staff members serve as support to the committee in an ex-officio capacity and are non-voting members:

Lori Ordway- Peck, Assistant Superintendent of Business Support Services

Janet Dixon, Director of Facilities Development

Meredith Killion, Facilities Technician