By Kevin W. Green
There appears to be a difference of opinion about the role of the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee at Solano Community College that oversees the $348 million bond measure that voters passed in 2012, known as Measure Q.
Committee Chairman Lyman Dennis told the college’s governing board Wednesday that a change is proposed to the committee bylaws. Mark Kelley, with the San Francisco-based law firm of Dannis Woliver Kelley, spoke in opposition to that change.
“We are an independent committee and feel we should be able to change our bylaws,” Dennis said.