$2.2M will go Armijo High – not to pay down bond debt – Daily Republic

By Ryan McCarthy

Remaining Measure C funds of $2.2 million will be spent at Armijo High School, Fairfield-Suisun School District trustees decided Thursday after a member of the bond oversight committee questioned why the panel’s resolution to pay down Measure C debt instead wasn’t presented to trustees.

Fairfield resident David Thacker, who serves on the Measure C School Bond Oversight Committee formed after passage of the $100 million bond in 2002, said the school district administration decided to keep the committee’s resolution from the school board.

The resolution to pay down debt from the 2002 bond was withheld from the school board to help drive momentum behind the new $249 million bond that will be on the June 7 ballot, Thacker said.

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