Citizens Watchdog Committee Releases 9th Annual Report

On August 25, the Alameda CTC Citizens Watchdog Committee (CWC) released its 9th Annual Report to the Public. The report describes the committee’s activities, and provides an update on the delivery of projects and programs funded by Measure B, Alameda County’s voter-approved half-cent sales tax for transportation improvements. Condensed versions of the report are now available in Chinese and Spanish.

The Citizens Watchdog Committee is responsible for providing independent oversight of the transportation sales tax expenditures. The annual report prepared by the CWC covers fiscal year reporting as well as recent activities undertaken by the committee. In fiscal year 2009-2010, Alameda CTC received $105.1 million in revenue, and allocated $123.7 million, including some reserves, to local jurisdictions, capital projects and administration.

For more information view the 9th Annual Report to the Public or the press release.

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