By Ryan McCarthy
Every school will get something – if only a shade structure – should voters approve the $249 million Measure J school bond, trustees for the Fairfield-Suisun School District were told Thursday.
Kelly Bartel, assistant superintendent for business, said more than 100 dire-need projects are on a list that will go before trustees at their April 14 meeting, with action set for April 28.
“I think you’ll be very pleased with what we’re able to do,” Bartel said.
Citing $1.3 billion in projects identified as needed in the district, she said of bond-funded work that, “You have to choose.”