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Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee
Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC)

The GCCCD Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) is an advisory body to the district on matters related to the Propositions R and V construction bond program implementation as required by California’s Proposition 39, which mandates that citizen advisory panels be established to assure accountability for the use of public funds.

The committee’s role is to review and report on district spending of taxpayers’ money for construction and to provide a public accounting of the district’s compliance with legal requirements. Committee members appointed by the Governing Board include community members with expertise in construction-related fields such as architecture, construction management or civil engineering, a financial or accounting-related field, as well as representatives of business, student and taxpayer organizations.
Membership involves the following:
  • A two-year term. Members in good standing are eligible for up to three consecutive two-year terms.
  • Attendance at four quarterly meetings per year. Meeting dates are identified at the start of each year, and generally run between 60-90 minutes.
  • Attendance at subcommittee meetings, generally four to six per year. As with our full CBOC meetings, the subcommittee calendar is developed at the start of the year, and meetings generally run between 60-90 minutes.
  • Participation in periodic campus facilities tours to view construction projects in progress.

Contacting a member of the CBOC:

If you would like to contact a member of the GCCCD CBOC, please submit any questions or inquiries to

Public Welcome to Attend Meetings

The public is encouraged to attend CBOC meetings and offer any comments or ask any questions regarding the propositions. Please see the homepage for details on the upcoming CBOC meeting. Should you be unable to attend but wish to submit a question to the committee, please email the Communications Liaison, Stephen Johnson, at

The GCCCD Governing Board is seeking to fill vacancies on the CBOC with a representative from the business community located within the district and two representatives from the construction industry.

Sharon BullardFinance/AccountingAudit
Pei-Hua ChouSenior Citizen’s OrganizationConstruction
Dave GauthierSan Diego Building & Construction Trades CouncilConstruction
Marlene RuizCollege Advisory CommitteeCommunication
Glen SparrowTaxpayers AssociationAudit
Kyrie MacogayCuyamaca College StudentTBD
John WhitneyGrossmont College StudentAudit
Glenn WilhiteGrossmont-Cuyamaca College FoundationCommunication