• Measure I



    Currently, there are two vacancies on the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee, one for a parent representative on the School Site Council and the other for a representative of the Business Community within the District. If you are interested in being part of the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee for Measure "I", please complete the application below and send it to evangelina.lopez@sausd.us by October 31, 2023. If you have any questions, please call the Facilities Office at (714) 480-5356. 


    CBOC Application


    State Law requires the appointment of a local Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee for Measure "I". The purpose of the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee is to:

    • Actively review and report on the expenditure of voter-approved bonds
    • Receive and review copies of annual performance and financial audits
    • Present an annual written report to the Board of Trustees

    Education Code Section 15278 requires that the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee inform the public concerning the expenditure of revenues received from bond sales pursuant to Measure "I". The Oversight Committee is comprised of individuals from local businesses, senior citizen organizations, organizations involved with schools, a bona fide taxpayers' organization, as well as involved parents of children residing in the Santa Ana School District.


    Measure "I" Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee Members


     Representation Category

      Denise Lynn Reynoso

      (Committee Chair)

      Parent of Student Enrolled in SAUSD Representative  

      Elaine Beverly Hoffmann

    (Committee Vice-Chair)

      Senior Citizen Community Representative

      Andrew Linares

      General Member

      Lucinda Solórzano

      Taxpayer's Organization Representative


      School Site Council Parent Representative


      Business Community within the District Representative
      Bulmaro Vicente

      General Member



Last Modified on September 1, 2023