By Richard Bammer
Travis Unified leaders approved a special tax for a community facilities district that will affect more than three dozen single-family lots in east Fairfield.
The five-member governing board on Tuesday approved that tax, its amount unspecified in a district bulletin issued Wednesday.
Michelle Richardson, assistant superintendent of business and operations for the 5,100-student district south of Vacaville, said the tax will be levied on 43 single-family lots in the Gold Ridge North Phase II housing area.
In other matters, trustees approved a 3.5 percent pay increase for the district’s management and confidential employees, the latter a group of nearly 30 workers who have access to confidential district information, often employee-employer relations.