By Irma Widjojo
If everything goes as planned, Benicia school facilities should soon get a facelift thanks to a bond measure that passed in the June 3 election.
More than 63 percent of voters were in favor of Measure S, which is a $49.6 million general obligation bond program that will be used to do many renovations and repairs of the Benicia Unified School District facilities.
“We’re extremely pleased that the community is supporting education,” Superintendent Janice Adams said.
The bond still has to be approved by the Solano County Board of Supervisors before it goes before the school board, possibly in August.