Public Safety Facility Financing Oversight Committee

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The Public Safety Facility Financing Oversight Committee shall serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council and the City Manager, and shall make recommendations to the City Council and the City Manager on matters pertaining to the expenditure of the proceeds of the transactions and use tax approved by the voters of the City as Proposition O on November 2, 2004.  In particular, the Committee will provide oversight ensuring that revenues are expended only for the construction, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement of public safety facilities, or the acquisition or lease of real property for public safety facilities or administrative salaries or related City operation expenses as intended by Proposition O.

To carry out its role, the Citizens’ Oversight Committee shall receive and review the annual independent financial audit of the City and other City financial reports necessary to determine compliance, and provide a report to the City Council and the public regarding such annual review.


Current Agenda

Annual Report

 

MEMBERSHIP – RESIDENCY AND APPOINTMENT

1. According to Section 2.24.910 of the El Cajon Municipal Code, the Public Safety Facility Oversight Committee shall consist of seven members, no less than four members who are residents of the city at the time of applying for the commission and who shall continue to reside in the city during their term of office.

2. Members are required to file a Form 700 according to provisions of the Political Reform Act, the Fair Political Practices Commission, and the City's Conflict of Interest Code.

Four members of the committee must be a resident of the City of El Cajon and meet one of the following occupations or categories.

  • Business Owner from the El Cajon Business Community
  • Member of a bona fide tax payer's association or organization
  • Public Safety Employee (i.e. either police or fire personnel) either retired from service or not employed by the city
  • A resident elector of the City of El Cajon

Three committee members, a resident or non-resident of the City of El Cajon, must be from one or more of the following occupations, in order to have a broad representation of construction and financing of public facilities.

  • California Licensed Architect with experience designing and building commercial, industrial or governmental buildings
  • California Licensed General Contractor with experience constructing commercial, industrial or governmental buildings
  • California Licensed Civil Engineer with experience designing and building commercial, industrial or governmental buildings
  • Building/Property Manager with experience in the management of commercial buildings
  • Construction Estimator with experience in estimating the construction of large-scale projects
  • California Certified Public Accountant with experience in professional accounting

Application for the Public Safety Facility Oversight Committee

Email to: CityClerk@cityofelcajon.us
Mail or deliver to: City Clerk's Office, 200 Civic Center Way, El Cajon, CA 92020

 

COMMISSIONER APPOINTED TERM EXPIRES
Michelle Nguyen 01/27/2015 01/31/2019

David De Baca

02/28/2017

01/31/2021

John A. Forrest

01/25/2005
01/27/2009
01/22/2013

01/24/2017

01/31/2021

Michael Huse 01/28/2014
01/27/2015   
01/31/2019
James Rue 11/28/2006
12/14/2010
01/27/2015   
01/31/2019

Rodgers Smith

11/28/2006
12/14/2010
01/27/2015   

01/31/2019

Katherine M. Spacone

01/22/2013

01/24/2017

01/31/2021