By Richard Bammer
Area school district business officials are unsure what’s in store financially for local public education but remain hopeful on the eve of Gov. Jerry Brown’s unveiling of his proposed 2015-16 budget.
“I haven’t heard anything specific” in advance of the Democratic governor’s 10 a.m. Friday press conference in Sacramento, said Jane Shamieh, associate superintendent for business and administrative services for Vacaville Unified.
The nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office, however, is projecting state revenue of $111.4 billion for the coming fiscal year, a 3.7 percent increase over this year’s $107.4 billion general fund budget.