By Richard Bammer
The 2017-18 second interim budget, a Measure Q update, and the use of contraband dogs on district school grounds are on the agenda when Dixon Unified leaders meet tonight in Dixon.
By law, California school districts must submit two interim budget reports for the current fiscal year, usually by mid-December and mid-March, to let state Department of Education officials know that they can pay their bills.
The chief business officer, Melissa Mercado will tell the five-member governing board that the district can meet its financial obligations during the current academic year.
At the same time, the report essentially will be a snapshot of the rural eastern Solano County district as of Jan. 31.