PTOC | Parcel Tax Oversight Committee
Pursuant to the terms of Measure “C”, the purpose of the Parcel Tax Oversight Committee is to provide oversight and accountability on the expenditures funded by Measure “C” in order to ensure that said funds are spent for the purposes approved by the voters. The Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC) will monitor the expenditures of these funds by the District and will report on an annual basis to the Board and community on how these funds have been spent. An annual audit will be a part of the report to the board. These funds would support the Milpitas Unified School District high quality education and local control measure:
- Improve core academic programs in math, science, reading and writing;
- Maintain programs to prepare students for college and 21st-century careers;
- Continue innovative teaching programs in science, technology, engineering and math; and
- Attract and retain highly qualified and experienced teachers.
The Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC) shall consist of at least five (5) members who shall be appointed by and serve at the pleasure of the Board of Trustees to serve a term of two or three years, without compensation, and for no more than two consecutive terms. Three of the initial members of the Committee shall be appointed to serve three year terms, and two of the initial members shall be appointed to serve two year terms. Thereafter, all terms shall be for two years or until a member’s successor is appointed and takes office. In addition, a representative from the Board of Education, Superintendent and or designee, Assistant Superintendent of Business and or designee, and one representative from each of the following: the Milpitas Teachers Association (MTA), California School Employees Association (CSEA) and the Milpitas Management Association (MMA), will serve as non-voting members on the committee.
Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC) members may not hold any incompatible office or position during their term of membership as those terms are defined in Article 4.7 of Division 4 of Title 1 (commencing with section 1125) of the Government Code, and shall abide by the conflict of interest prohibitions contained in Article 4 of Title 1 (commencing with section 1090) of the Government Code.
Yinzhi Angie Yuan
The Committee shall meet at a mutually convenient time and date with notices being sent to all members at least 72 hours prior to the meeting date. The Committee shall hold two regular meetings each year.
Special meeting of the Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC) may be called in accordance with the provisions of the Brown Act, as amended or supplemented from time to time. To the extent permitted by the Brown Act, such meetings may be held by teleconference.
A quorum for any regular or emergency meeting of the Committee shall be one half of the voting membership, or at least three (3) voting members. Voting may be conducted via any regularly used communication method available including but not limited to telecommunications and internet. No action by the committee can be taken without a minimum of three (3) votes.
Attendance at regular and emergency Parcel Tax Oversight Committee (PTOC) meetings is required for all members. The secretary shall record the attendance of each member and notify the committee when a member is absent for two consecutive meetings. In the event a member misses two or more consecutive meetings, the representative will be considered as having resigned. The Board may advertise for a replacement member.
PTOC Minutes 10.1.2020
PTOC Minutes 2.5.2020
PTOC Minutes 10.30.2019
PTOC Minutes 2.26.19
PTOC Minutes 10.4.18
PTOC Minutes 3.14.18
PTOC Minutes 10.3.17
PTOC Minutes 3.8.17
PTOC Minutes November 2, 2016
PTOC Minutes 10.29.15
2019-2020 Parcel Tax Report to Board
2018-2019 Parcel Tax Report to Board
2017-2018 Parcel Tax Report to Board
2016-2017 Parcel Tax Report to Board
2015-2016 Parcel Tax Report to Board
Measure C Ballot Language
Measure C Board Resolution