Citizens' Transportation Sales Tax Commission

Membership Requirements

 
  • 2 members from any local taxpayer's association with tax-exempt status
  • 1 member from any local nonpartisan political organization with tax-exempt status
  • 2 members from Modesto Neighborhood Associations or organizations with similar purposes with tax-exempt status
  • 1 member from any association representing business such as chamber of commerce
  • 1 member from large business located within the City
  • 1 member from small business located within the City
  • 2 members from labor union with members residing in the city
  • 1 member from  a former Stanislaus County Civil Grand Jury served within previous five years of appointment
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Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Members

Name Organization Term Expires
David Thomas Local Taxpayer's Association  
Allan James Local Taxpayer's Association  
Jane Manley Local Nonpartisan Political Organization  
Theodore Mills Modesto Neighborhood Association  
Mike Rego Modesto Neighborhood Association  
Randy Clark Association Representing Business  
Audrey Mills Large Business Located in Modesto  
Janice Keating Small Business Located in Modesto  
James Aja Local Labor Union  
Mark Freitas Local Labor Union  
Patricia Brazelton Former Stanislaus County Civil Grand Juror  

Responsibilities


  1. Reviewing the annual work plan and priorities for revenue derived from any transportation sales tax then in effect; 
  2. Analyzing and commenting on any proposed items in the City budget that would lessen the City's its commitment to road and street funding from sources of revenue other than any transportation sales tax then in effect; 
  3. Reviewing any policies, standards or similar measures that the City uses to set priorities for where revenues from any transportation sales tax then in effect are to be spent; 
  4. Reviewing any proposals for the City to use bond or similar;
  5. financing secured by revenues from any transportation sales tax then in effect; 
  6. Reviewing any policies, standards or similar measures that the City uses to determine whether work funded by the tax shall be done "in-house" or through outside contracts; and, 
  7. Reviewing any other matter the Council deems appropriate related to any local transportation sales tax. The Council shall appropriate adequate funds for the work of the Commission.