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Bond Oversight Committee

Voters affirmed issues 3B and 3C on the November 2016 ballot, authorizing a $104.8 million bond for the Weld RE-4 School District that will fund improvements for all of the district’s schools.
  
The Weld RE-4 School District is establishing a Bond Oversight Committee (BOC) made up of a cross-section of Weld RE-4 citizens and staff who will monitor the progress of tax payer-funded projects, provide feedback as appropriate, and support the district’s efforts to engage and inform the community. This work is separate from work which the district’s Design Advisory committees are undertaking around building architecture and programming.
   
The work of the Weld RE-4 BOC will officially commence in April 2017 and the committee will meet quarterly until the bond-funded projects are complete.

April 24, 2017 Presentation 

Bond Oversight Committee Members

Bond Oversight Committee members are: Ivan Adams, Aaron Alexander, Tom Austin,  Teresa Dowd, Susan Herlihy, Tiffany Herrington,  Jennifer Lieber,  Scott McBride, Edward Muller,  and Chris Ruff. Citizen representatives must reside inside the boundaries of the Weld RE-4 school district. Membership on the BOC is a volunteer position.

The main responsibilities of a member of the BOC is to attend quarterly meetings to monitor the progress of taxpayer-funded projects, provide feedback as appropriate, and support the district’s efforts to engage and inform the community.

Members will be appointed and asked to serve through the duration of the bond construction projects. 

 

 

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