Public Notices

 

PUBLIC HEARING – DISTRICT’S ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE MODERNIZATION PROGRAM

The New Haven Unified School District’s School Board is seeking community input regarding the proposed implementation of the District’s Energy Infrastructure Modernization Program. Please see the attachment for more information. 

Public Notice

 

PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING INCREASING LEVEL 1 DEVELOPER FEES

The New Haven Unified School District’s School Board is seeking community input regarding increasing Level 1 Developer Fees. Please see the attachment for more information. 

Public Notice

Developer Fee Justification Study

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING FUTURE USE OF CONLEY FIELD (SPANISH TRANSLATION INCLUDED)

The New Haven Unified School District’s School Board is seeking community input regarding the future use of the fields at Conley-Caraballo High School. Please see the attachment for more information. Spanish translation included.

SPANISH TRANSLATION BELOW:

La Mesa Directiva del Distrito Escolar Unificado de New Haven está buscando la opinión de la comunidad con respecto al uso futuro de los campos en la escuela secundaria Conley-Caraballo. Consulte el documento adjunto para obtener más información. Incluye traducción al español.

Notice of Public Input Meeting
Notice of Public Input Meeting (Spanish)

 

OBSOLETE/SURPLUS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR DISPOSAL

ARTICLE 1. Donation or Sale [60510 – 60511]

( Heading of Article 1 renumbered from Article 2 by Stats. 2014, Ch. 923, Sec. 58. )

60510.
The state board, the governing board of a school district, or a county office of education may dispose of surplus or undistributed obsolete instructional materials in its possession that are usable for educational purposes in any of the following ways:

(a) By donation to a governing board, county free library, or other state institution.

(b) By donation to a public agency or institution of any territory or possession of the United States, or the government of a country that formerly was a territory or possession of the United States.

(c) By donation to a nonprofit charitable organization.

(d) By donation to children or adults in the State of California, or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing the general literacy of the people.

(e) By sale.

(Amended by Stats.

Public Notice – Obsolete Instructional Materials 2020/21 (June 15, 2021)

 

DEVELOPER FEE

Developer Fee Accounting

Public Notice: 2021/2022
Public Notice – Developer Fee Accounting (2021/2022)

 

FACILITY NEEDS ANALYSIS/SCHOOL IMPACT FEE

Current School Impact Fee:

Resolution No. 005-2223: The Increase in Level I School Impact Fees and Adoption of CEQA Notice of Exemption.  

The Board held a Public Hearing to consider adopting a change to its Level 1 School Impact Fees based on the statutory increase by the State Allocation Board (SAB), based on the the report entitled, “Developer Fee Justification Document For Residential, Commercial and Industrial Development Projects – Level 1”.  The study determined that the District is justified to collect the legal maximum fee of $4.79 per square foot of residential development as authorized by Government Code Section 65995 (Level 1 fees), as new construction and modernization eligibility create a school facility cost that exceeds $4.79 per square foot. The District is also justified to collect the legal maximum fee of $0.78 per square foot of development on all categories of commercial/industrial development (except rental self-storage), as those categories of development create school facility costs that exceed $0.78 per square foot of future development.

The District hereby increases fees on residential development to $4.79 per square foot, and fees on commercial/industrial developments to $0.78 per square foot, in accordance with Education Code sections 17620, et seq., and Government Code sections 65995, et seq.

Resolution No. 005-2223

Developer Fee Form: Certification for Payment of School Impact Fees