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Committee Membership
The Allan Hancock College Measure I Citizens' Oversight Committee is a seven to eight 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. 

May 2014 COC

(L-R) Pictured above with AHC Superintendent/President Kevin Walthers (far left) are current committee members Mario Juarez, business organization representative; Ricardo Velasco, taxpayers association representative; Shirleen Sladek, senior citizens organization; John Everett, college support organization; Lisa Nissenin-Harlow, at large representative; and Kenneth Wolf, at large representative.

Camerron Barlow & Donovan Hamsher

Students Donovan Hamsher and Camerron Barlow have concluded their terms of service and received certificates thanking them for their work.  Pictured above from left are  Mario Juarez, Hamsher, Barlow and Dr. Walthers.

Opportunities to serve
Applications are now being accepted from those interested in serving on the Citizens' Oversight Committee.  See the 2014 COC Application Packet, which provides information about the committee and eligibility requirements.  If you have any questions regarding membership or the application, please contact Melinda Martinez at (805) 922-6966 ext. 3454. 

 

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