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Measure B Oversight Committee


In November 2005, the District successfully passed Measure B obtaining authorization from the District’s voters to issue $10 million in General Obligation Bonds to help fund the construction of a new elementary school or upgrade existing facilities. The election was conducted pursuant to a fifty-five percent vote. In accordance with Proposition 39 regulations, the District established a Citizens’ Oversight Committee whose responsibility is to review spending and expenditures from Measure B bond revenues. An open application process promoted through the district was initiated and written applications were accepted based on the criteria established by Prop. 39. Seven (7) citizens from the community were select and appointed by the Board of Education to the Citizens' Oversight Committee.  

The oversight committee currently is meeting once a year. Additional meetings may be scheduled when deemed necessary. The committee meetings are subject to the Brown Act. Meeting agendas, minutes and reports are a matter of public record and will be posted on the District's website and the district's bulletin board. 

The LUSD Citizens' Oversight Committee is currently seeking two (2) new members to serve a three (3) year term. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please complete the application and submit via-email to or by mail to:

Livingston Union School District
Attention: Superintendent
922 B Street
Livingston, CA 95334

This position will be open until filled. 

Members may NOT include any employee, official of the District or any vendor, contractor or consultant of the District.