Citizens' Oversight Committee

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Committee Ethics Policy Statement

The Allan Hancock College Measure I Citizens' Oversight Committee is a seven-member committee formed in October 2006 that provides oversight to ensure that Measure I bond revenues are expended only for the purposes authorized by law.  Committee members are chosen to represent a variety of community interests, as required by law. COC-Fall 2012

Pictured above are the most recent committee members with Dr. Elizabeth Miller, interim superintendent/president, second from left: L-R: Kenneth Wolf, at large represenative; Dr. Miller; Shirleen Sladek, senior citizens organization; Mario Juarez, business organization; Lisa Nissenin-Harlow, at large representative; John Everett, college support organization; Ricardo Velasco, taxpayers association representative; and Donovan Hamsher, student representative. Not pictured is student representative Camerron Barlow.

Opportunities to serve
One vacancy for a student represenative currently exists on the committee.  Any student interrested in serving on the committee may obtain more information and an application by clicking here.  If you have any questions regarding membership or the application, please contact Melinda Martinez at (805) 922-6966 ext. 3454. 

Members departing the committee in November 2012 were Hugh Rafferty, Erik Frost and Tony Ly.  Rafferty (left) and Ly are pictured below with Dr. Miller. Departing the committee in February 2013 was student Abraham Melendrez, shown in photo at bottom left.

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