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Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee

Citizens are being recruited to serve on the Measure PCC Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC). 


By code, the CBOC must include one person from each of the following groups:

  • Local community organization
  • Local business
  • Senior citizens' organization
  • Taxpayers' organization
  • A PCC student
At its March 15, 2023, meeting, the Board of Trustees of the Pasadena Area Community College District named 12 individuals to serve on the CBOC.
The 12 community members, who have all been named to two-year terms, are:
Name Representing
Soo Kim Choi Business community
Bill Opel Senior citizens’ organization - Chairperson
Kevin Strotz Bona fide taxpayers’ organization
Tony Vong PCC students
Justin Tsui College support organizations
Brent Kuszyk Trustee Area #1 (Sandra Chen Lau)
Robyn Navarro Trustee Area #2 (James A. Osterling)
Brandon D. Lamar Trustee Area #3 (Steve Gibson)
Allen Hubsch Trustee Area #4 (Tammy Silver)
Lawrence Abelson Trustee Area #5 (Kristine Kwong)
Ron Esquivel Trustee Area #6 (John Martin)
Mary Ann Laun Trustee Area #7 (Alton Wang)
The committee is expected to nominate a chair at its first public meeting and is expected to hold public meetings on at least a quarterly basis.

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Please note: archived committee documents will be uploaded soon.

About Measure PCC

In November 2022, voters in the Pasadena Area Community College District approved Measure PCC, a $565 million general obligation bond measure, to prepare local students for four-year colleges and to train local residents for high-skilled jobs by:

  • Repairing or replacing leaky roofs, old rusty plumbing and faulty electrical systems
  • Keeping computer systems and instructional technology up-to-date
  • Upgrading classrooms, labs and career training facilities for science, technology, engineering, math and computer science
  • Improving access for students and veterans with disabilities
  • Repairing or replacing outdated electrical, water and irrigation systems to improve energy efficiency and water conservation
  • Establishing permanent satellite campuses in areas around the region
  • Removing hazardous materials like asbestos and lead pipes from older buildings
  • Retrofitting older buildings to make them earthquake safe

Facilities improvements to be funded by Measure PCC were identified following more than six years of work by PCC faculty, staff, students, independent facilities professionals, and community residents. The result of their work is a comprehensive Facilities Master Plan.

The Facilities Master Plan provides a road map to achieve high quality instructional facilities required to accommodate future academic and enrollment needs of our communities.

Laws governing passage of Measure PCC require strict accountability for the spending of funds received as a result of voter-approved bonds. These include annual independent audits and public oversight. An independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee, comprised of local citizens, homeowners, and taxpayers, among others, is responsible for monitoring expenditure of all Measure PCC funds and to keep the public informed of the progress of Measure PCC.

This website will provide the public with information about the status of the bond funding and the work of the Measure PCC Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee.