By John Glidden
The Vallejo school board is tentatively scheduled to decide this summer whether to place a bond on the November ballot, the district’s chief operations officer said Wednesday night.
Mitchell Romao gave a bond update to the school board, stating the district is eying a board workshop in June to go over legal and financial considerations, followed by a meeting the same month to review a facilities master plan revision, project priorities, and staff recommendations.
Authorization from the board may take place during a meeting in July to place a measure on the November ballot, he added.
Vallejo City Unified School District board trustee Burky Worel said he has “deep reservations” about placing a measure on ballot this year.