By Ryan McCarthy
A survey of 400 likely voters in the Fairfield-Suisun School District found strong support for the district – and for a bond to pay for building projects, trustees were told Thursday.
“The community likes the district – and thinks the district is doing a good job,” said Jon Isom, managing principal with the financial advisory firm Isom Advisors.
Isom recommended trustees put on the June 2016 ballot a bond costing property owners $60 a year for $100,000 of assessed valuation.
“November is a bit of a wild card,” Isom said, “as far as what else might be on the ballot.”