• Citizen Oversight Committee

    Clackamas Community College's Citizen Oversight Committee will help oversee the implementation of bond measure 3-447, approved by voters on Nov. 4, 2014.  The committee will:

    • Receive regular reports on all bond-related projects
    • Ensure the bond projects reflect the community's input and needs
    • Advise on and help implement public engagement strategies
    • Inform and engage constituencies, communities, businesses and civic organizations

    The membership is made up of many local stakeholders, community members and business partners, including members of the CCC Board of Education, students, local residents, civic officials, public safety leaders and more. The committee will be in place for five years or until the bond is fully implemented. Committee members will rotate and be asked to serve in two-year cycles. Meetings will be held up to four times per year. All COC meetings are held according to public meeting law.

    The COC formed two Subcommittees, one for the Oregon City campus projects and one for the Harmony West project. These subcommittees are working groups that meet on an as-needed basis.

    For the COC membership list and official charter, please see the "Committee Documents" section of the sidebar. For official meeting agendas, minutes, and presentations from previous COC meetings, please see the "Meeting Documents" section of the sidebar.

    For more information about the COC or COC Subcommittees, please contact Denice Bailey at denice.bailey@clackamas.edu, 503-594-3012.