The MiraCosta College District Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee (ICBOC) has released its Annual Report for the 2022
calendar year, providing an overview of the expenditure of Measure MM bond revenues and summarizing program progress made during the year.
Measure MM is a $455 million general obligation bond that was approved by voters in 2016 to fund the modernization of aging facilities and the enhancement of instructional technology.
"The measure has spurred the development of new state-of-the-art instructional and career technical training facilities, numerous renovation projects, accessibility enhancements, improved technology, expanded parking, and extensive infrastructure upgrades at the District's Oceanside and San Elijo campuses, along with the Community Learning Center (CLC) campus" said Josh Mazur, Chair of the Committee."
Members of the Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee and their representation include:
A local entrepreneur and strong supporter of the college, Babiarz has been a member of the MCC Foundation Board since 2011 and is the current president of the board.
William V. Howe
Before retirement, Howe worked for government contractors and serves the committee as a Member-At-Large.
With an extensive background in law and finance, as well as service on the Venice Chamber of Commerce and the San Diego Food Bank Advisory Board, Krival serves on the committee as a Member-At-Large.
Josh Mazur, Chair
An entrepreneur and investor, Mazur represents the business community located in the district. He serves as the vice chair for the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce.
New Oceanside resident and recent retiree, Marciel has extensive experience in public sector construction project management and community involvement, holding leadership roles on a number of boards. She serves on the committee as the Senior Citizens' Organization representative.
As an active member of the Associated Student Government, Quandt represents the voice of MiraCosta College student.