Bond Information - Measure Q

The Board of Education is inviting community members to apply to serve on the District’s Citizens’ Oversight Committee, which is being established as a result of at least 55 percent of voters in the District voting in favor of Measure Q at the November 8, 2016, election.  Proposition 39 requires that such a committee be established if a school bond is passed pursuant to a 55 percent (super-majority) approval.

 

      Pursuant to Proposition 39, the general duties of the Committee are to:

 

·         Ensure Measure Q funds are spent only on projects listed in Measure Q, and that no funds are used for any other purpose, including teacher and administrator salaries and other school operating expenses.

 

·         Receive and review copies of the annual financial and performance audits with respect to the bond projects as required by state law.

 

·         Provide information to the public concerning the expenditure of bond funds.

 

Oversight Committee Application

 

Brian Dolan
Superintendent, Dixon Unified School District

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Official Documents from Solano County Registrar of Voters – Measure Q

Measure Q - Argument Against
Measure Q - Argument in Favor
Measure Q - Full Text
Measure Q - Impartial Analysis
Measure Q - Question
Measure Q - Rebuttal to Argument Against
Measure Q - Tax Rate Statement

Solano County Registrar of Voters Website

 

Measure Q Frequently Asked Questions

 

Email Questions to MeasureQ@dixonusd.org