By Lanz Christian Bañes
The school board will hear Thursday about the Benicia Unified School District’s facilities needs.
This comes after a survey last month of likely June voters revealed that Benicians generally favor approving a potential bond measure.
About 58.5 percent of those surveyed said they would approve a $49.8 million bond measure, surpassing the 55 percent needed to succeed.
The five-year assessment of the district’s facilities shows a need of about $50 million for maintenance purposes, as well as new construction.