By John Glidden
The placement of two Vallejo school bonds on the November ballot became more of a reality this week.
A divided Vallejo school board authorized staff to continue working with consultants and district legal counsel for placement of the bonds on a fall ballot.
Vallejo City Unified School District Board Vice President Ruscal Cayangyang and trustee Burky Worel voted against the motion.
Adoption of a resolution officially placing the bonds on the November ballot will take place at the July 13 board meeting, district staff said.
A polling firm recently hired by the district concluded that a single large bond amount of about $285 million for this November “is not viable.”