2021 – Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report Released


MiraCosta College Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Issues Annual Report on Measure MM Program Progress

Report details progress of the District’s $455 million Measure MM construction bond program.

The MiraCosta College District Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC) has issued its Annual Report for the 2021 calendar year. The report is intended to inform the public about the expenditure of Measure MM bond revenues. It summarizes program progress made in the 2021 calendar year.

Measure MM is a $455 million general obligation bond approved by voters in 2016 to modernize aging facilities and upgrade instructional technology.

“Approximately 26% of the bond funds have been expended. Projects to date have included: new building, infrastructure projects, renovations, new parking, and ADA upgrades,” explains Josh Mazur, chair of the Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC). “One again, as in each year since the bond program’s inception five years ago, MCCD has earned top bond rating and ‘clean’ audits, demonstrating and certifying that all bond projects and expenditures are authorized and accounted correctly.”

“We are grateful to the Committee for its commitment to accountability and transparency in all aspects of the bond program, including the production and publication of its annual report,” said Tim Flood, Vice President of Administrative Services. “Their contribution as volunteers is immeasurable, and the community has benefited significantly from their public service.”

Independent Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee Members/Representation:
Alec Babiarz |  MiraCosta College Support Organization
Larry Barry | San Diego Taxpayers’ Association
Rigdon Currie | Senior Citizens’ Representative
William V. Howe (Chair) | Community at Large
Michael Krival | Community at Large
Josh Mazur | Business Representative
Austin Quamdt | Student Representative

For more information on Measure MM construction, please visit: miracosta.edu/measuremm.

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2022 ICBOC Annual Report

Report details progress of the District’s $455 million Measure MM construction bond program.