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Citizens Bond Oversight Committee

Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee Public Meeting Information
Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee Virtual Meeting/Public Comment
Welcome to the Inglewood Unified School District's live virtual Citizen's Oversight Committee web page.  Our next virtual  meeting will be streamed here on September 23, 2020, at 5:00 PM.
Please use the following toll free number and meeting pin number to call into the meeting
Join by Phone:
Phone Number +1 252-424-0149
PIN: ‪654 354 416
In an effort to abide by the Safer at Home Order and social distancing guidelines, The Citizens' Oversight Committee Meetings will take place in a virtual setting (via YouTube Livestream).

Public Comment
The District is also temporarily suspending public access to the Board of Education building until further notice. Members of the public who wish to submit a written public comment to be addressed by the Chief Business Official must do so by completing the Request for Public Comment Form. The form is available 72 hours before the scheduled meeting and closes 2 hours before the start of the meeting. Requests may also be submitted by mail to the Chief Business Official at 401 S. Inglewood Ave. Inglewood, CA 90301. The guidelines for public comment will be in accordance with Board Bylaw 9323 and will be read aloud during the meeting. For technical difficulties, please contact 310.419.2700 or by email at
Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee Overview
In 2012, the Inglewood Unified School District evaluated the District’s most important and critical facility needs and based on safety expectations, enrollment trends, class size, and the 21st Century educational demand for computer and information technology, proposed Measure GG to the voters of Inglewood. In developing the scope of projects that would be prioritized under Measure GG, input was gathered from staff, teachers, and community members to upgrade, renovate, construct and equip District facilities to meet the health, safety, and infrastructural needs of the District. Bond Measure GG was passed in November, 2012 providing a $90,000,000 general obligation bond for new construction and modernization projects at schools throughout the District.


The scope of work was outlined in a School Facilities Master Plan to improve Inglewood schools focusing on these four categories:

  • School Site Health, Safety and Security Projects
  • School Renovation, Repair, Upgrade and Construction Projects
  • District-Wide Wiring and Technology for Instructional Support and Effective Learning Environment
  • Miscellaneous Projects


Inglewood Unified School District is seeking qualified, interested individuals to serve on a committee of community leaders which will serve as the independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee (“COC”) for the implementation of the District’s Measure GG school facilities bond program. The seats that are available are the following:
    • Business Representative
    • Community At-Large
    • Parent of Guardian of Child Enrolled in District
    • Parent/ Guardian of Child Enrolled in District & active in a PTA
If you wish to serve on this important committee, please review the committee bylaws for more information about the committee’s role and responsibilities and complete the application. Completed applications should be e-mailed to the Office of the State Administrator of the Inglewood Unified School District at maricela.zambrano@inglewoodusdcom.
Click here to apply.
  • Repairing/replacing leaky roofs and inadequate electrical and plumbing systems
  • Modernizing, renovating, and constructing classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities
  • Constructing new science and computer labs
  • Improving student access to computers and modern technology
  • Replacing portable classrooms with permanent classrooms
  • Making energy efficiency and health and safety improvements a priority
  • Measure GG is strengthened and protected by financial guidelines and oversight.
  • All funds must be spent locally and cannot be taken by the State.
  • Measure GG qualified the District to receive $20 million in state grants.
  • Spending must be reviewed and annually audited by an independent citizens’ oversight committee.
  • Funds can only be spent to improve schools, not for teacher or administrator salaries.


Measure GG upgrades and renovates inadequate classrooms, facilities and infrastructures, improves the education of the children of Inglewood USD, and maintains the quality of our community. This website provides the agendas, minutes, important links, and updates on Measure GG in IUSD. The complete document can be accessed through the link at the bottom of this page.
Henry Brown, Chair
Community At-Large
Term Expires 2-20-2021
3rd year term
Karyl Brandford, Vice Chair Community At-Large
Term Expires 2-20-2021
1st year term
Dexter Hall
Business Representative
Term Expires 2-20-2021
1st year term
Leonard Hernandez Taxpayer Organization
Term Expires 2-20-2021
1st year term
James Mitchell Business Representative
Term Expires 2-20-2021
3rd year term
Dara StewartParent/Guardian of Child Enrolled in District  & Active in a PTA
Term Expires 2-20-2021
3rd year term
Maxine Toler Senior Citizen Group Representative
Term Expires 2-20-2021
3rd year term
April 19, 2018

February 6, 2019
February  28, 2019 
March 27, 2019
April 13, 2019
June 12, 2019- Cancelled
May 7, 2020 (Virtual meeting)
July 9th, 2020 at 5pm
(Virtual Meeting)
Citizens’ Oversight Committee meetings are usually held in the District Office Board Room, 401 S. Inglewood Avenue Inglewood, CA Time: 5:00 p.m.

The calendar and location of the meetings may be modified by the County Administrator during the year; please check back for possible updates

Erika F. Torres. Ed.D.,MSW
County Administrator
Christine M.I. Dacanay
Chief Business Official
For more information, please contact
Maricela Zambrano at 310/419-2728 or by email at