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Surplus Real Property Advisory (“7/11”) Committee Defined

Pursuant to the State of California Education Code Sections 17388, an advisory committee shall be formed to advise the District and the Board ofEducation regarding an alternative use for District surplus property orreal property prior to its disposition by sale, or lease. Pursuant toState of California Education Code Section 17389, the committee shallconsist of not less than seven (7) nor more than eleven (11) members.The committee must represent a cross-section of the community in regardsto socio-economic composition, ethnic group, profession, expertise inland planning, etc.

Formation of the District 7/11 Advisory Committee

The committee includes the following representatives of the community as mandated:

  • Representative of the ethnic, age group, and socioeconomic composition of the District.
  • Business community including, but not limited to store owners, managers, or supervisors.
  • Landowners, renters, or neighborhood association members.
  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Parent(s) of students.
  • Person with expertise in environmental planning, legal contracts, building codes, or land use planning.


Duties of the District 7/11 Advisory Committee

Thepurpose of the Advisory Committee is to advise the governing board inthe development of the District-wide policies and procedures to governthe use or disposition of the school buildings, space or property whichis not used for school purposes (Education Code Section 17388).

CONGRATULATIONS to the NLMUSD 7/11 District Advisory Committee Member appointments approved by the Board of Education on February 7, 2011.


Marisela Cervantes
Jose Cole-Gutierrez
Robert Jacobsen
Vince Marchetti
Maria Perla
Orlando Perla
Nancy Rhodes
Kelley Rush
Gordon Stefenhagen
Laura Williams
Gerald Yates