San José Evergreen Community College District Citizens Bond Oversight Committee
Letter From the Committee Chair

The District’s office building, located in downtown, saw the completion of design and was well into renovation by the end of the fiscal year. Technology infrastructure planning and upgrades were done throughout the District.

The Committee wishes to report that, to the best of its knowledge, the San José • Evergreen Community College District is in full compliance with the responsibilities as described in Article XIIIA, Section 1 (b)(3) of the California State Constitution, which address bonded indebtedness incurred by a community college district. We encourage the community to visit the Measure G web site for additional information about the projects and expenditures, as well as our planned meeting dates and times for the coming year.

Respectfully submitted,

Jimmy Nguyen,
Committee Chair

To: The Board of Trustees and Citizens of the San José • Evergreen Community College District

The Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee is pleased to present its 2013-2014 Annual Report on the District's two general obligation bond programs. In 2004, voters in the San José • Evergreen Community College District approved a $185M general obligation bond initiative, Measure G-2004. In November of 2010, the voters again demonstrated their confidence in the District and passed Measure G-2010, a $268M general obligation bond initiative. These bond measures, established under Proposition 39, have the common goal of improving and equipping the teaching environments to better serve our students' needs. The Committee and the District wish to thank the community for their continued support of our students.

The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee has the responsibility of providing oversight on both Measures G-2004 and G-2010. In this report, the committee is recounting the activities of this fiscal year. Measure G-2004 has seen progress with the design of Evergreen Valley College’s Central Green/Arts Plaza, programming and planning of the Joint Use 21st Century Post-Secondary Education Center in Milpitas, and the design of San José City College’s Physical Education Gymnasium project.

Project highlights for Measure G-2010 at Evergreen Valley College include the completion of the design phase for the development of South Campus, the construction of the Central Plant and Police Renovation project, and substantial completion of the planning and design for the new Automotive Technology building. San José City College continued its efforts on several small capital outlay and renovation projects. Renovations to the Career Technology spaces in buildings 100 and 200 were well underway in June 2014.

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