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Bulletin No. 369 June 14, 2004 TO: Business Administrators Selected Los Angeles County School Districts

Bulletin No. 369

June 14, 2004

TO:

Business Administrators Selected Los Angeles County School Districts

FROM:

Jon London, Business Advisory Services Manager Financial Management Services Division of Business Advisory Services

SUBJECT: NOTICES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND APPORTIONMENTS FOR TITLE V PART A – INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES OF THE NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT OF 2001 (PL 107-110), FISCAL YEAR 2003-04

Attached are the Notices of the First and Second Apportionments for Title V Part A–Innovative Education Program Strategies of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year (FY) 2003-04. The program’s purpose is to support innovative education programs.

This apportionment has been made from Federal funds provided to the state under Title VI of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, as amended by Title V of the NCLB Act of 2001. This grant award is subject to the provisions of Title VI of the ESEA, as applicable, and the General Education Provisions Act (PL 103-382). This grant award is also subject to the Title VI regulations in Part 200 of Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulation (CFR), and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations in 34 CFR Parts 76 and 77, 80-82, 85, and 97-99. The funding is appropriated in Item 6110-123-0890 of the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157/Statutes 2003). The California suballocation (pass-through) number is Project Cost Account Code 14354.

AMOUNT APPORTIONED

For the First Apportionment, the statewide amount is $15,589,989. Of this, local educational agencies (LEAs) in Los Angeles County receive $5,427,488. The Second Apportionment totals $15,593,101 statewide. Los Angeles County LEAs receive $5,430,600. Each apportionment represents 40 percent of each LEA’s 2003-04 entitlement. The California Department of Education (CDE) indicates that it anticipates a Third Apportionment with the remaining 20 percent of each LEA’s entitlement to be released later in June 2004.

Each LEA’s entitlement was based on a point system with each point worth $2.58512. Points are accumulated as follows:

One point for each pupil reported in the October 2002 California Basic Educational Data System

Notices of the First and Second Apportionments for Title V Part A-Innovative Education Program Strategies of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year 2003-04 June 14, 2004 Page 2

One point for each private school participating enrollment

Additional points per pupil based on the percentile ranking of the LEA based on the percentage of its students eligible for free or reduced price meals (FRPM)

3.5 points per FRPM student, if the LEA ranks in the top quartile (total percent of 100 to 61.9597).

2.0 points per FRPM student, if the LEA ranks in the second quartile (61.9596 to 36.3757).

1 point per FRPM student, if the LEA ranks in the third quartile (36.3756 to 13.5349).

0 points, if the LEA ranks in the fourth quartile (less than 13.5348).

SPENDING CONSTRAINTS

LEAs may use the funds to design and implement innovative projects and activities chosen from one or more of the 27 program areas identified in PL 107-110, Section 5131. The purpose of these programs should be:

Support local education reform efforts that are consistent with statewide efforts.

Implement promising educational reform and school improvement based on scientific research.

Provide a continuing source of innovation, educational reform, and school improvement, including support of library services and instructional and media materials.

Meet the educational needs of all students, including at-risk youths.

Improve school, student, and teacher performance, including professional development activities and class size reduction.

Under terms of the federal “Tydings Amendment,” Section 421(B) of the General Education Provisions Act 20, U.S.C. 1225(b), any funds that are not obligated at the end of the federal funding period (July 1, 2003, through September 30, 2004) shall remain available for obligation for an additional period of 12 months (to September 30, 2005).

LEAs are strongly encouraged to minimize the time frame between the receipt and expenditure of Federal funds. Federal guidelines discourage the release of additional funds to LEAs that have not spent dollars previously apportioned. The CDE indicates that, beginning in 2003-04, it will review the percentage of Federal carryover funds from prior fiscal years on each LEA’s books, and may delay the release of additional Federal funds to LEAs with significant balances.

Any interest in excess of $100 earned on Federal funds must be returned to the CDE. Such interest should be remitted to the following address:

Cashiering Accounting Office Fiscal and Administrative Services Division California Department of Education 1430 N Street, Suite 2213 Sacramento, CA

Notices of the First and Second Apportionments for Title V Part A-Innovative Education Program Strategies of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year 2003-04 June 14, 2004 Page 3

To ensure proper posting of payments, include the program’s PCA number and identify the payment as “Federal Interest Returned.”

CHARTER SCHOOLS

Direct funded charter schools are required to apply individually for this program and are identified separately on the Schedule of Apportionment. Locally funded charter schools apply through their chartering agencies and their funding is included in the district amounts shown. Districts are asked to share this information with any charter schools the district charters that are affected by this apportionment.

ACCOUNTING CONSIDERATIONS

LEAs should record these funds in Resource Code 4110, NCLB: Title VI/Title V Part A: Innovative Education Strategies, Formula Entitlements, and Revenue Object Code 8290, All Other Federal Revenue.

For questions about this bulletin, please call me at (562) 922-6287.

Approved:

Deborah L. Simons, Director Division of Business Advisory Services

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Attachments

Informational Bulletin No. 369

BAS-186-2003-04

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Taken from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/ca/t50304apport1letter.asp

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Display version March 19, 2004 Dear County Superintendents of Schools,

March 19, 2004

Dear County Superintendents of Schools, Auditors, and Treasurers:

NOTICE OF THE FIRST APPORTIONMENT FOR TITLE V, PART A - INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES OF THE NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT OF 2001 (PL 107-110) FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004

This apportionment, in the amount of $15,589,989, is made from federal funds provided to the State under Title VI of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965 as amended by Title V of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 (PL 107-110). Upon receipt of this apportionment, participating local educational agencies (LEAs) will have received 40 percent of their total entitlement. It is anticipated that the second 40 percent will be paid in April, and the final 20 percent in June 2004.

The purpose of these funds is to support innovative education programs. LEAs have the flexibility to design

and implement innovative projects and activities within one or more of 27 innovative program areas identified

in PL 107-110, Section 5131. Individual projects and activities should be designed to: (1) support local

education reform efforts that are consistent with statewide education reform efforts, (2) implement promising educational reform and school improvement based on scientific research, (3) provide a continuing source of innovation, educational reform, and school improvement, including support of library services and instructional and media materials, (4) meet the educational needs of all students, including at-risk youth, and (5) improve school, student, and teacher performance, including professional development activities and class size reduction.

In accordance with federal law, entitlements are calculated on a point system formula using a rate of

approximately $2.58512 per point. LEAs receive one point per pupil as reported in the October 2002 California Basic Educational Data System, and one point for each private school participating enrollment. In addition, LEAs are ranked based on their percentage of students eligible for free or reduced price meals (FRPM) as of October 2002 and receive additional points per FRPM student as follows: 3.5 points for LEAs

in the top quartile (total percent of 100 to 61.9597); 2 points for LEAs in the second quartile (61.9596 to

36.3757); 1 point for LEAs in the third quartile (36.3756 to 13.5349); and no points for LEAs in the fourth

quartile (13.5348 to 0).

Direct funded charter schools must apply individually for this program. We identify the amount for direct funded charter schools separate from the district or county amount. All other charter schools must apply through their authorizing agency, and funding associated with the charter school is included in the district or county amount.

The United States Department of Education (USDE) award number is S298A030005-03A. The Catalog of

Federal Domestic Assistance Subprogram number is 84.298A. This grant is subject to the provisions of Title

VI of the ESEA, as applicable, and the General Education Provisions Act (PL 103-382). This grant is also

subject to the Title VI regulations in Part 200 of Title 34 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and the Education Department General Administrative Regulations in 34 CFR Parts 76 and 77, 80-82, 85 and 97-99. The funding is appropriated in Item 6110-123-0890 of the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes of 2003).

Attachment No. 1 to:

Informational Bulletin No. 369

BAS-186-2003-04

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The California sub-allocation (pass-through) number is Project Cost Account Code 14354. Under the federal "Tydings Amendment," Section 421(b) of the General Education Provisions Act 20.20 U.S.C. 1225(b), any funds that are not obligated at the end of the federal funding period (July 1, 2003 through September 30, 2004) shall remain available for obligation for an additional period of 12 months (to September 30, 2005).

In order to comply with federal cash management requirements, LEAs must expend federal funds in a timely manner. Although the Tydings Amendment provides specific timelines governing the expenditure/encumbrance of program funds, federal guidelines discourage the release of additional funding to LEAs that have not spent the dollars previously apportioned. LEAs are therefore requested to minimize the time frame between receipt and expenditure of federal program funds. Beginning in the 2003-2004 fiscal year, the California Department of Education will review the percentage of federal carry-over funds from prior fiscal years for each LEA and the release of future apportionments may be delayed for LEAs with significant balances.

Federal law Title 34 CFR 80.21(i) also requires that any interest earned by LEAs on federal dollars be returned to the USDE if the amount is in excess of $100. LEAs should forward interest payments for remittance to USDE to: California Department of Education, Attention: Cashiering, 1430 N Street, Suite 2213, Sacramento, CA 95814. To ensure proper posting of payments, please include the program's PCA number and identify the payment as "Federal Interest Returned."

Warrants will be mailed to each county treasurer approximately four weeks from the date of this Notice. For standardized account code structure (SACS) coding, use Resource Code 4110, NCLB: Title VI/Title V Part A:

Innovative Ed. Strategies, Formula Entitlements, and Revenue Object Code 8290, All Other Federal Revenue. County superintendents of schools are requested to inform LEAs, including direct-funded charter schools, immediately of this apportionment.

If you have any questions regarding this apportionment, please contact Julie Brucklacher, Associate Analyst, Categorical Programs, at (916) 327-4406 or by e-mail at jbruckla@cde.ca.gov, or Ross Valentine, Fiscal Services Assistant, Categorical Programs, at (916) 327-4405 or by e-mail at rvalenti@cde.ca.gov. For program issues, please contact Jerry Cummings, Program Consultant, Title I Policy and Partnership Office, at (916) 319-0381 or by e-mail at jcummings@cde.ca.gov.

Sincerely,

JACK O'CONNELL

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Enclosures

Taken from: http://www.cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/ca/nclbvnotice031804.asp

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Display version Notice of the First Apportionment for Title V, Part

Notice of the First Apportionment for Title V, Part A--Innovative Education Program Strategies of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (PL 107-110), Fiscal Year 2003-2004

The State Controller, State Treasurer, State Department of Finance, and County Auditors, County Treasurers, and County Superintendents of Schools are hereby notified that an apportionment from the Federal Trust Fund is made from funds provided in Item 6110-123-0890 of the 2003 Budget Act (Chapter 157, Statutes of 2003).

Summary of Apportionment:

Item 6110-123-0890(2) Innovative Programs

$40,229,000

Plus:

Budget Revision

$1,000,000

Total Budget Authority

$41,229,000

Less:

Current Apportionment

$15,589,989

Balance Available

$25,639,011

This apportionment is made in support of Innovative Education Program Strategies pursuant to Title V of No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (PL 107-110).

The State Controller will draw warrants from the State's Federal Trust Fund in favor of the County Treasurers

specified on the attached schedule.

amount received to the General Fund of the local educational agency.

The County Treasurers are requested to deposit immediately the

I hereby certify that this is a true and correct statement of apportionment made by me as

directed by law.

provisions of the Budget Act, the Education Code, and the Constitution of the State of California pertaining to the particular appropriation cited in this document.

I further certify that this apportionment is in accordance with all applicable

State Superintendent of Public Instruction or Authorized Designee

PCA:

14354/Index:

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March 18, 2004

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CO/

SCH

VENDOR

40 PERCENT

CDS CODE

CODE

NO

LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY

ENTITLEMENT

PAYMENT

18

64188

Shaffer Union Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

18

64196

Susanville Elementary

$6,463

$2,585

18

64204

1830132

C399

Westwood Charter School

$4,333

$1,733

18

64204

Westwood Unified

$4,797

$1,919

18

75036

Fort Sage Unified

$3,889

$1,556

18

75036

6010763

C320

Long Valley Charter School TOTAL LASSEN CO TREASURER

$3,889

$1,556

 

$54,483

$21,797

LOS ANGELES

 

19

10199

6116883

C249

Odyssey Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

10199

Los Angeles Co. Office of Educ

$32,340

$12,936

19

64212

ABC Unified

$81,773

$32,709

19

64220

Alhambra City Elementary

$101,504

$40,602

19

64238

Alhambra City High

$70,415

$28,166

19

64246

1996347

C315

Henry Hearns Charter Sch

$3,889

$1,556

19

64246

Antelope Valley Union

$71,972

$28,789

19

64261

Arcadia Unified

$28,643

$11,457

19

64279

Azusa Unified

$108,564

$43,426

19

64287

Baldwin Park Unified

$167,909

$67,164

19

64295

Bassett Unified

$65,062

$26,025

19

64303

Bellflower Unified

$85,855

$34,342

19

64311

Beverly Hills Unified

$15,968

$6,387

19

64329

Bonita Unified

$36,854

$14,742

19

64337

Burbank Unified

$57,429

$22,972

19

64345

Castaic Union Elementary

$9,989

$3,996

19

64352

Centinela Valley Union

$39,051

$15,620

19

64378

Charter Oak Unified

$25,624

$10,250

19

64394

Claremont Unified

$22,609

$9,044

19

64436

Covina-Valley Unified

$74,519

$29,808

19

64444

Culver City Unified

$26,001

$10,400

19

64451

Downey Unified

$125,027

$50,011

19

64469

Duarte Unified

$39,542

$15,817

19

64477

Eastside Union Elementary

$23,731

$9,492

19

64485

East Whittier City Elem

$34,385

$13,754

19

64501

El Monte City Elementary

$121,083

$48,433

19

64519

El Monte Union High

$84,907

$33,963

19

64527

El Rancho Unified

$104,970

$41,988

19

64535

El Segundo Unified

$8,546

$3,418

19

64550

Garvey Elementary

$70,101

$28,040

19

64568

Glendale Unified

$156,206

$62,482

19

64576

Glendora Unified

$29,010

$11,604

19

64584

Gorman Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

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CO/

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VENDOR

40 PERCENT

CDS CODE

CODE

NO

LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY

ENTITLEMENT

PAYMENT

19

64584

1996677

C478

Lifeline Education Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64584

1996305

C285

Gorman Learning Center

$5,648

$2,259

19

64592

Hawthorne Elementary

$102,136

$40,854

19

64600

Hermosa Beach City Elem

$3,889

$1,556

19

64626

Hughes-Elizabeth Lakes

$3,889

$1,556

19

64634

0101667

C582

Inglewood Preparatory Academy Charter

$3,889

$1,556

19

64634

Inglewood Unified

$96,994

$38,798

19

64642

Keppel Union Elementary

$26,415

$10,566

19

64659

La Canada Unified

$16,299

$6,520

19

64667

Lancaster Elementary

$95,706

$38,282

19

64683

Las Virgenes Unified

$35,072

$14,029

19

64691

Lawndale Elementary

$59,543

$23,817

19

64691

1996438

C353

Environmental Charter High School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64709

1996313

C281

Animo Leadership High

$4,413

$1,765

19

64709

Lennox Elementary

$79,381

$31,752

19

64717

Little Lake City Elem

$43,917

$17,567

19

64725

6113146

C058

Constellation Community Charter Middle

$3,889

$1,556

19

64725

6118269

C291

New City School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64725

Long Beach Unified

$832,858

$333,143

19

64733

0100297

C520

Cornerstone Prep Charter

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

0100768

C536

Culture and Language Academy of Success

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

0100800

C534

Central City Value School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

0101444

C530

KIPP Academy of Opportunity

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

0101634

C580

CHIME Charter Middle School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

0101659

C570

Crenshaw Arts-Tech Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

1996594

C470

Discovery Charter Prep

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

1996610

C461

Los Angeles Leadership

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6019079

C446

Santa Monica Blvd. Community Charter

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6114912

C131

Watts Learning Center

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6116750

C213

Community Charter Middle

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6117667

C293

Camino Nuevo Charter Acad

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6117949

C319

Valley Community Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6118194

C331

Cal Academy for Liberal Studies

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119044

C388

Multicultural Learning Center

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119531

C417

CHIME Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119895

C449

Pacifica Community Charter

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119903

C448

Las Familias del Pueblo

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119929

C447

Academia Semillas del Pueblo

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119945

C438

Magnolia Science Academy

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6120471

C473

Puente Charter School

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6120489

C475

Para Los Ninos Charter

$3,889

$1,556

19

64733

6119424

C404

Camino Nuevo Charter Middle

$6,809

$2,724

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CO/

SCH

VENDOR

40 PERCENT

CDS CODE

CODE

NO

LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY

ENTITLEMENT

PAYMENT

19

64733

1995836

C037

Palisades Charter High

$7,828

$3,131

19

64733

1933746

C572

Granada Hills High School

$10,020

$4,008

19

64733

6017016

C030

Fenton Avenue Charter

$11,589

$4,636

19

64733

6019715

C016

Vaughn Next Century Learning Center

$15,030

$6,012

19

64733

Los Angeles Unified

$7,025,173

$2,810,069

19

64758

Los Nietos Elementary

$27,338

$10,935

19

64766

Lowell Joint

$10,227

$4,091

19

64774

Lynwood Unified

$112,391

$44,956

19

64790

Monrovia Unified

$38,376

$15,350

19

64808

Montebello Unified

$337,492

$134,997

19

64816

Mountain View Elementary

$101,990

$40,796

19

64832

Newhall Elementary

$22,535

$9,014

19

64840

Norwalk-La Mirada Unif

$127,741

$51,096

19

64857

Palmdale Elementary

$195,685

$78,274

19

64865

Palos Verdes Peninsula

$29,013

$11,605

19

64873

Paramount Unified

$179,097

$71,639

19

64881

Pasadena Unified

$209,408

$83,763

19

64907

Pomona Unified

$314,449

$125,780

19

64931

Rosemead Elementary

$32,467

$12,987

19

64964

San Marino Unified

$10,302

$4,121

19

64980

Santa Monica-Malibu Unif

$48,236

$19,294

19

64998

Saugus Union Elementary

$26,006

$10,402

19

65029

South Pasadena Unified

$11,713

$4,685

19

65037

South Whittier Element

$24,905

$9,962

19

65045

Sulphur Springs Union

$18,228

$7,291

19

65052

Temple City Unified

$19,701

$7,880

19

65060

Torrance Unified

$82,135

$32,854

19

65078

Valle Lindo Elementary

$11,805

$4,722

19

65094

West Covina Unified

$54,675

$21,870

19

65102

Westside Union Elem

$23,432

$9,373

19

65110

Whittier City Elementary

$65,582

$26,233

19

65128

Whittier Union High

$43,440

$17,376

19

65136

William S. Hart Union

$48,264

$19,306

19

65151

Wilsona Elementary

$19,240

$7,696

19

65169

Wiseburn Elementary

$8,826

$3,530

19

73437

Compton Unified

$344,870

$137,948

19

73445

Hacienda la Puente Unif

$216,240

$86,496

19

73452

Rowland Unified

$102,412

$40,965

19

73460

Walnut Valley Unified

$39,640

$15,856

19

75291

San Gabriel Unified

$33,632

$13,453

19

75309

Acton-Agua Dulce Unif

$6,367

$2,547

19

75333

Manhattan Beach Unif

$18,447

$7,379

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CO/

SCH

VENDOR

40 PERCENT

CDS CODE

CODE

NO

LOCAL EDUCATIONAL AGENCY

ENTITLEMENT

PAYMENT

19

75341

Redondo Beach Unified

$25,732

$10,293

19

75671

1996586

C432

Animo Inglewood Charter High School

$3,889

$1,556

19

75697

1996693

C505

School of the Arts and Enterprise TOTAL LOS ANGELES CO TREAS

$3,889

$1,556

 

$13,568,685

$5,427,488

MADERA

 

20

10207

Madera Co. Office of Educ

$3,889

$1,556

20

65177

Alview-Dairyland Union

$3,889

$1,556

20

65185

Bass Lake Joint Elementary

$4,260

$1,704

20

65193

Chowchilla Elementary

$16,519

$6,608

20

65201

Chowchilla Union High

$3,889

$1,556

20

65219

Coarsegold Union Elem

$3,889

$1,556

20

65243

0100016

C507

Sherman Thomas Charter

$3,889

$1,556

20

65243

Madera Unified

$158,047

$63,219

20

65276

Raymond-Knowles Union

$3,889

$1,556

20

73734

Yosemite Joint Union High

$4,123

$1,649

20

75580

Golden Valley Unified

$3,889

$1,556

20

75606

Chawanakee Joint Unif TOTAL MADERA CO TREASURER

$4,206

$1,682

 

$214,378

$85,754

MARIN

 

21

10215

Marin Co. Office of Ed

$3,889

$1,556

21

65300

Bolinas-Stinson Union

$3,889

$1,556

21

65318

Dixie Elementary

$7,241

$2,896

21

65334

Kentfield Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65342

Laguna Joint Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65359

Lagunitas Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65367

Larkspur Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65375

Lincoln Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65391

Mill Valley Elementary

$5,915

$2,366

21

65409

Nicasio Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65417

Novato Unified

$23,892

$9,557

21

65425

Reed Union Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65433

Ross Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

65458

San Rafael City Elemen

$19,580

$7,832

21

65466

San Rafael City High

$7,225

$2,890

21

65474

Sausalito Marin City S

$3,889

$1,556

21

65482

Tamalpais Union High

$11,147

$4,459

21

65516

Union Joint Elementary

$3,889

$1,556

21

73361

Shoreline Unified

$3,889

$1,556

21

75002

Ross Valley Elementary TOTAL MARIN CO TREASURER

$6,204

$2,482

 

$131,761

$52,710

Attachment No. 2 to: Informational Bulletin No. 369
Attachment No. 2 to:
Informational Bulletin No. 369

BAS-186-2003-04