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The William S. Hart Union High School District needs a new member of the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee.

This member will serve a two-year term with a maximum of three consecutive terms.

The vacancy was left by Mark Elfont, president of the Santa Clarita Philharmonic, who recently retired from the committee.

The committee is looking for a member who would fit in either the Business Organization, Senior Citizens’ Organization, Taxpayer Organization, or Hart Parent and Parent/Teacher Organization. In other words, this member needs to be active in one or more of these areas.

If a member is active in a Business Organization, that organization must be located within district boundaries.

Hart District employees, contractors, vendors and consultants are not eligible to be on the committee.

Measure SA is a $300 million general obligation bond passed by voters in Santa Clarita in November 2008. Its purpose is to fund construction projects such as the new Castaic High School, Performing Arts Centers at Canyon and Saugus High Schools, and improvement projects at other high schools and junior highs.

The Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee application can be found online here.

All completed applications must be sent to Lisa Arnone (larnone@hartdistrict.org) by 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 9, 2019.

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