By Lanz Christian Bañes/Times-Herald staff writer
Posted: 01/24/2014 12:56:17 AM PST
The Vallejo City Unified School District is nearing completion on a facilities master plan, a crucial step in a potential voter bond measure that could come as early as June.
The district has been working on a possible facilities bond measure since the school board authorized it last February.
“The community has a clear perception that Vallejo schools need facilities improvement,” said Mel Jordan, the district’s assistant superintendent for administrative services, during Wednesday’s school board meeting.
However, according to a survey of likely June voters commissioned by the district last summer, the district must work to regain the trust of the city after a financial scandal in 2004 led to a state takeover and a $60 million state loan.