By John Glidden
The Vallejo school board will engage in a bond workshop Tuesday night to gather information about the legal and fiscal impacts of placing single or multiple school bonds on the November ballot.
A polling firm recently hired by the Vallejo City Unified School District concluded that a single large bond amount of about $285 million for this November “is not viable.”
Instead, according to the most recent results, the firm suggests the Vallejo public would support two companion measures — worth about $139 million each — in November.
One measure would be spent on elementary schools, with the other on middle and high schools, according to the polling results.