Measure L provides for improvement to the quality of education in north Stockton schools by improving safety systems at existing schools, constructing elementary, middle and high schools, providing additional classroom and science laboratory space and expanded access to technology, improving athletic facilities, and purchasing or leasing of school facilities and sites. Expenditures are overseen by the Measure L Citizen's Bond Oversight Committee.
The Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee is made up seven individuals appointed by the Board of Education. As an independent committee, it is charged with informing the public about Measure L projects, reviewing Measure L expenditures, and developing an annual report to the Board of Education on the progress of projects.
The Measure L Committee meets up to six times a year and its members are eligible to serve no more than three consecutive two-year terms.
Bylaws - Measure L
Application for Measure L Committee