By John Glidden
Vallejo City Unified School District Superintendent Ramona Bishop vowed Wednesday night that one day city voters will approve a new bond measure for the district.
During Wednesday night’s board of education meeting, Bishop praised the efforts of the committee organized to get the measure passed and said that 60 percent is still a good number.
As of Wednesday, the district’s Measure E — a $239 million general obligation bond, which would have helped to renovate various school district sites if approved — had received more than 9,000 votes. That is good for 59 percent, but failed to garner the 66 percent voter approval required, according to unofficial results listed on the Solano County Registrar of Voter’s website.