By Richard Bammer
Vacaville Unified leaders Thursday handed the school district’s director of facilities some additional homework regarding a letter of intent with a developer that wants to sell some land to build an elementary school in a large housing project in southeastern sector of the city.
During a governing board meeting in the Educational Services Center, trustees directed Dan Banowetz to re-draft the letter to let the owners of Bristol Land Company know that it may be well more than a decade before the district is ready to enter into an agreement with the Costa Mesa-based firm to buy land for a school in Brighton Landing. In the southeastern sector of Vacaville, it is a development near the intersection of Leisure Town and Elmira roads.
A nonbinding document, the original letter, which trustees were expected to approve, established the terms and conditions that will set aside property for a school site and any land transaction would depend on a mutually acceptable purchase and sales agreement.