Schools ‘grateful’ for bond passage – Benicia Herald

By Keri Luiz

Superintendent Janice Adams expressed her gratitude last week for the approval of Measure S June 3.

And to help make sure the money is well spent, she said, the district should hire someone to have oversight of the funds.

The $49 million bond measure passed with more than 63 percent of the vote and will fund repairs and upgrades to school buildings throughout the district.

“We’re so very grateful that this bond will support students for years to come,” Adams said.

Now that the bond has passed, the work begins, Adams said.

“There’s going to be a lot of work to do, but it’s good work and we’re happy to do it,” she said.

She said two timelines are running simultaneously: one for funding through the general obligation fund, and the other is the district preparing to put projects into place.

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