By Ryan McCarthy
Review of a resolution Thursday for a school bond planned to go before voters June 7 included a Fairfield-Suisun School District trustee’s comments that, “The public will let us know how they think.”
“We’re not going to force anything on the public,” Trustee John Silva said.
The resolution reviewed Thursday will return this month for action by trustees about whether to put it on the ballot.
The bond, if passed by voters, would cost property owners no more than $60 a year per $100,000 of assessed valuation, a school district staff report said. The total amount of bonds to be sold is not yet determined.