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Compton Community College District Publishes Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report
By Sentinel News Service
Published October 18, 2018

The Compton Community College District (CCCD) Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee’s 2016-2017 Annual Report will be presented to the CCCD Board of Trustees at its October 16, 2018 meeting.

The Annual Report is available on the CCCD website at:

As outlined in the Education Code Section 15278, the role of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee is to “inform the public concerning the District’s expenditure of revenues received from the sale of bonds authorized by the voters.” The committee comprises a cross section of the citizens who have volunteered their time to represent various constituencies, and fulfill the committee’s responsibilities.


As outlined in its bylaws, the committee has met on a regular basis to review expenditures, tour campus renovations, and ask questions. The 2016-2017 Annual Report documents the results of these activities and serves to fulfill the basic tenets of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee’s charter.

Within this report is the independent audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017, performed by the firm of Clifton, Larson, Allen, LLP. The committee examined and reviewed this audit, the results of which are contained in the Annual Report.

The following is a summary of Bond Expenditures for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2017:

Project Totals
Student Success Center  $        56,114.00
 Swing Space            2,883,692
 Master plan                 81,400
 Allied Health               136,272
 Instructional Building #1               214,827
 Project Support Services               494,741
 Legal and Audit                 18,367
 Little Theater            2,108,858
 Public Safety Facility               272,447
 Total Expenditures  $        6,266,718

The CCCD grounds are improving and changing, thanks to funds from the 2002 Measure CC general obligation bond and State Capital Outlay funds. The Annual Report includes a list of construction and renovation projects either in progress or completed during 2016-2017. New construction incorporates energy conservation measures and modern technology and equipment.

The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee 2016-2017 Annual Report, as well as information about the role of the committee and meeting agendas may be viewed on the CCCD website:

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