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Bond Oversight Committee

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When voters supported the Parks Replacement Bond, they also approved forming a committee of community members to oversee how their dollars are spent.
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The Committee will review and provide feedback on program progress; including financial metrics and other assurances contained in voter information. The Committee reports annually to City Council and our community regarding performance and progress toward goals.

The Oversight Committee is composed of five community members appointed to three-year terms by the Portland City Council; members may be re-appointed. Future appointments will be staggered to allow for overlap. Members are to be people with experience in community engagement, equity, finance, public works, auditing, business, construction, public contracting and/or budgeting.

Members of the public are always welcome to attend Oversight Committee meetings.

Members
Karl Cheng
Karen Loper Tracy
David Staczek
Brianna Westenskow


Bond Oversight Committee Meeting Notes


Bond Oversight Committee Annual Report

Contact

Elizabeth Specht

Office Support Specialist III

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