By Richard Bammer
The naming or re-naming of a public building is a serious matter and, in a town of any real size, it normally involves lengthy public input at governing forums, such as school boards and city councils.
I hope that will be the case when the likely time comes for Vacaville Unified leaders to vote for re-naming Sierra Vista School after the late Ernest Kimme, a longtime public school teacher, philanthropist, civic leader and Reporter columnist. He was beloved by many.
But first things first.
District trustees have already aired their desire to form a Citizens Advisory Committee, to ask a group of people to clarify board policies about the naming and re-naming of district facilities.