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Bond Oversight

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    2019 - 2020 
Meeting Schedule
 
    President's Conference Room
 Alder 1015
4:00 P.M.
              
August 29, 2019
September 19, 2019
October 17, 2019
December 5, 2019
January 16, 2020
February 20, 2020
March 19, 2020
April 16, 2020
May 21, 2020
June 18, 2020
              
Schedule subject to change.​ 
No meetings scheduled for November 2019 or July 2020. 
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Members

Shirley Blessing, Woodland Hills Homeowners Organization

Bill de Rubertis, Faculty Guild Emeritus Chapter

Richard Follett, CAOT Advisory Committee

Karen Koe, Member-At-Large
 

Kenn Phillips, Valley Economic Alliance

Donna (Obie) Slamon, LAUSD​

 ASO President


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The first major building to be built "ground-up" on campus is the long-awaited Student Services Building. Now open for business!

 

Click here to view a data sheet regarding this impressive project.

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The Child Development Center can accommodate 140 children.

 

 

              


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College Citizens' Committee


Welcome to the Pierce College Citizens' Committee (Bond Oversight) website.

The College Citizens' Committee (CCC) was established to advise the campus and the LACCD Oversight Committee regarding the expenditure of bond revenues on the projects authorized by each voter-approved ballot measure. The CCC is comprised of a diverse group of business, community, and education leaders.

On these pages, you will find information regarding the CCC: names and affiliations of the current members, the committee meeting schedule, agendas, and approved minutes.

Thank you for visiting! 
           


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An eye-catching planetarium dome is among the highlights of the Center for the Sciences building.  This photo was taken during construction.

Click here to a video presentation of the completed Science Center.

              




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This rendering depicts the completed Maintenance and Operations facility.

 


The two-acre Botanical Garden provides both a serene gathering place and an outdoor learning laboratory.

Click here to view a video describing this lush oasis. Garden2.jpg

 

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