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Measure C Citizen Oversight Committee

The COC informs the public and ensures that the Measure C funding program revenues and expenditures are spent as promised.


Current Measure C Citizen Oversight Committee Public-at-large appointees:

  • Lee Delap, retired Cal Fire employee. (Chair)
  • Sal Petrucelli, Retired, Vice President District Manager for Longs Drugs/C.V.S.
  • LeAnn Nowlin, Chief Business Official with Golden Plains Unified School District
  • Destiny Rodriguez, Community Relations for the Center for Climate Protection
  • Ronald Dressler, retired from positions in the construction industry
  • Jim Hunter, Senior Managing Consultant (semi-retired) for Knowledge Solutions Group

Community Organization appointees:

  • Robert Allen represents the Selma District Chamber of Commerce
  • William Jordan represents the League of Women Voters
  • Kevin Hamilton represents the Central California Asthma Collaborative (CCAC)
  • Jennifer Hartwig represents the Fresno County Farm Bureau
  • Gail Miller represents WE – Women Empowerment


Posting of available Oversight Committee positions: 


There are currently three vacancies on the committee for 4-year terms.


  • Two positions for community organization representatives

            (Organization/agency/service clubs/chamber, etc. must provide applicant with a letter of



  • One public-at-large positions representing the following:
    • Unincorporated rural area west of State Route 99 (supervisorial district 1)


Apply today: Applicants need to complete the attached form and submit it to Fresno COG:  COC Application Form


Oversight Committee Meetings:
Current meeting information is now available under “Agendas” at this link.


Upcoming meetings:
Meetings of the committee will be scheduled as needed on the second Thursday of the month in which they are scheduled, unless it falls on a holiday. Meetings may be added or cancelled by the Committee as deemed appropriate.

Measure C Extension Expenditure Plan:
Appendix G – Implementing Guidelines, Citizen Oversight Committee

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