By Richard Bammer
Dixon Unified leaders, when they meet tonight, will gear up to prepare for a November election school bond measure, officially note that three of five trustee seats are on the fall ballot, and hold public hearings on the 2016-17 budget and the LCAP.
Superintendent Brian Dolan will lead the discussion before trustees vote to authorize to prepare a general obligation bond for the 3,500-student rural district.
“We want to be clear with the community and officially go on record” about the board’s intentions to move forward with the bond measure, project to be “in the neighborhood of $30 to $34 million,” he said Wednesday.
He said once the matter is approved at Thursday’s meeting, trustees will vote on it at their Aug. 4 meeting, in order to meet county Registrar of Voters requirements.