Annual Reports are produced by the Citizens' Oversight Committee and presented to
the Allan Hancock College Board of Trustees. The committee was formed in October 2006
and presented its first report for 2007 to the board on Feb. 19, 2008.
The various reports and presentations - financial, facilities, technology - are produced
and presented by appropriate college entities to the Citizens' Oversight Committee
at its quarterly meetings each February, May, August, and November.
Monthly Progress Reports
The following reports are compiled and presented by Allan Hancock College Facilities
& Operations to the Allan Hancock College Board of Trustees at the monthly board meetings.
They provide detailed information about the progress of current construction projects,
technology upgrades and more.
Other Reports & Information
Capital Construction Program Executive Reports
Measure I Audit Reports
Facility Site & Utilities Master Plan
Volume 1 - Facilities & Site Master Plan
Volume 2 - Utilities Master Plan
Bond Measure I Allocation Workshop
Presented to AHC Board of Trustees Feb. 17, 2009
Board Workshop Presentation
Special Board Meeting - Jan. 29, 2008
Request for Vendor Proposals (RFP) / Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) & RFP Non-Collusion
Affidavit - June 20, 2007
Public Safety Training Complex - Special Reports / Presentations
Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) (January 2010)
Public Meeting - Sept. 16, 2009
Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) (September 2009)
Project Management Company Presentation
Public Safety Proposal - Feb. 19, 2008
(Final Proposal presented to AHC Board of Trustees)
Student Services Center
Construction Update - Open Forum, Feb. 26, 2010
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