NOCCCD Seeking Applicants for Citizens’ Oversight Committee

Affectionately known as “Frankenstein’s Lab,” this science lab is part of the Measure capital improvement J project list.
Affectionately known as “Frankenstein’s Lab,”
this science facility is part of the Measure J
project list.

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NOCCCD is seeking qualified applicants to serve on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee

Positions available:

  • student representatives
  • business representatives
  • senior citizen group representatives
  • taxpayer organization members
  • members active in support organizations for the College(s), such as a foundation
  • at-large community members

For more information and to download the application, visit: http://www.nocccd.edu/Departments/FandF/FacilitiesBond/FacilitiesBondInfo.htm.

Applications are due to the Chancellor’s Office no later than 4:30 p.m. on May 15, 2015.

Measure J’s Voter Approval Upheld by OC Superior Court Judge

MeasureJLawsuitWinPressRelease

Measure J’s election victory was validated by an Orange County Superior Court judge yesterday. In response to the court ruling in favor of the North Orange County Community College District and the Registrars of Voters in both Orange and Los Angeles counties, NOCCCD Interim Chancellor Fred Williams shared these thoughts:

It is my pleasure to inform you that today NOCCCD’s Measure J victory was upheld by a judge from the Orange County Superior Court. The judge found unequivocally in our favor. This has been a long journey, but in spite of the narrow margin, the recounts, and the lawsuit, NOCCCD has prevailed!

The attached press release has more information, but I think we can finally feel secure in the results and move forward with completing our Master Plan. Thank you, again, to everyone who helped on the Measure J campaign. This was truly a team effort and it is a team win.

You can read more in the NOCCCD’s full statement at: http://nocccd.edu/documents/MeasureJLawsuitWinPressRelease.pdf.