by Keri Luiz
Superintendent Janice Adams and Chief Business Official Tim Rahill will request today that Benicia Unified School District trustees approve a resolution to put a $50 million bond on the June 3 ballot.
A five-year assessment was approved by the board in November that outlined the repairs and improvements needed for the district’s locations.
At its meeting Feb. 6, the school board heard a report from adviser Jon Isom, who outlined four areas of need in the district:
• Modernization and technology needs: $24 million
• Health, safety and security improvement needs: $13 million