Measure K Oversight Committee
The Measure K Oversight Committee was established following the voters’ approval of the Measure A sales tax in 2012 to conduct an annual audit of the Measure A sales tax funds to ensure transparency of the Board of Supervisors approved expenditures. The name of the oversight committee has thus been changed to reflect the passage of Measure K in 2016, which extended the sales tax until 2043.
MEETINGS & LOCATION
To be determined
|Honorable Dan Quigg||Chair||07/09/2013||06/30/2019||District 1|
|Michael Salazar||Member||06/27/2017||06/30/2019||District 1|
|Ken Chin||Member||06/27/2017||06/30/2019||District 2|
|Sam Hutkins||Member||01/28/2014||06/30/2018||District 2|
|Naomi Patridge||Member||07/09/2013||06/30/2019||District 3|
|Michael C. Kovalich||Member||06/27/2017||06/30/2019||District 4|
|Manuel Ramirez||Member||07/09/2013||06/30/2019||District 4|
|Edward Isip||Member||06/27/2017||06/30/2019||District 5|
|Tom Ledda||Member||07/09/2015||06/30/2018||District 5|
In November 2012, San Mateo County voters approved Measure A to authorize a half cent sales tax for ten years. As part of that ballot measure, the Board of Supervisors called for a community Oversight Committee to be established to conduct and report on an annual audit of the funds. The State Board of equalization began to collect quarterly sales with allocations in October 2013, and quarterly thereafter. The Measure A Oversight Committee is required to annually review the audit of the sales tax funds. In November 2016, the voters approved Measure K, which extended the sales tax until 2043.
Board of Supervisors
Board Resolution No. 72649