Capital Planning and Facilities
Mr. Bernardo M. Perez, Chair
Mr. Stephen P. Blum, Member
The Capital Planning and Facilities Committee examines the relationship of the campus facilities master plans to submitted proposals for the design, construction, and maintenance of buildings or other facilities or improvements, and review the fiduciary viability of any architectural or construction management firms recommended for Board approval. The committee meets monthly or on an as-needed basis (at least quarterly).
Mr. Stephen P. Blum, Esq., Chair
Mr. Bernardo M. Perez, Member
The primary purpose of the Finance Committee is to act in an advisory role to the Board of Trustees in carrying out its fiduciary responsibilities as they relate to ongoing fiscal stability and sustainability of the District through the responsible stewardship of available resources; ensuring the ongoing effective operation of the District by maintaining adequate cash reserves; monitoring the fiscal condition of the District as an integral part of the policy and decision-making process; evaluating significant changes in the fiscal environment and make necessary, timely, financial and educational adjustments; and providing for both short-term and long-term goals and objectives.
The committee is responsible for the oversight of the district-wide budget development process through a review of Board priorities, budget assumptions, allocation model and the annual budget development calendar.
The Committee will monitor the financial status of the District through the review of reserve balances, financial reports, actuarial studies and other relative materials, as well as internal controls and compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.
The Committee recommends to the Board the selection of the District independent auditor, meets periodically with the auditor to ensure appropriate financial controls are in place and the annual financial reports are prepared timely and in accordance with State regulations. The committee meets bi-monthly or on an as-needed basis (at least quarterly).
Mr. Arturo Hernandez, Chair
Mr. Larry Kennedy, Member
The Legislative Committee discusses responses to pending local, statewide, and federal legislative issues that may affect the community college district. The committee meets monthly or on an as-needed basis (at least quarterly).
September 25, 2013 Legislative Committee Policy Hearing on Implementing the California Dream Act - Presentation Handbook
Planning, Accreditation, Communication, and Student Success
Ms. Dianne McKay, Chair
Mr. Larry Kennedy, Member
The Planning, Accreditation, Communication, and Student Success Committee ensures that District and college planning is comprehensive and meets organizational and community needs, as well as Accrediting Commission Standards. The committee also reviews and tracks District and college practices and activities for alignment with Accrediting Commission Standards. The Planning, Accreditation, Communication, and Student Success Committee ensures that the Board is informed regarding all accreditation matters within the District. The committee also ensures that instructional programs are effective and consistent with District and college practices, plans, strategies, and community needs. The committee ensures that internal and external Board communication is ongoing, timely, transparent, and meets both organizational and community needs. The committee reviews and monitors programs to enhance student success. The committee meets monthly or on an as-needed basis (at least quarterly).
Mr. Larry Kennedy, Chair
Mr. Arturo Hernandez, Member
The Policy Committee provides recommendations to the Board regarding policy for the Ventura County Community College District. The committee meets monthly or on an as-needed basis (at least quarterly).