By Susan Winlow
It was a done deal in a matter of minutes Thursday night.
With 100 percent backing from the Vacaville School District’s board of education, the city’s schools moved closer to a modernization makeover with a $194 million bond that will now appear on the November ballot.
“I think this is the most important vote we’re going to take (for) the rest of our time,” said Trustee Michael Kitzes, the board’s vice president. “This is going to really revamp the district in so many ways. It’s so important for Vacaville.”
Kitzes said that there are so few ways now for a school district to get money. His vote, he said, was an “emphatic yes.”