By John Glidden
Two years after a $239 million school bond intended to address district facilities failed to receive enough support from the community, the Vallejo school board will decide Wednesday night if it will try again.
The Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education is expected to approve placing two companion general obligation bond measures on the November ballot.
Despite receiving 61 percent approval from Vallejo voters, Measure E failed to attain the 66 percent approval required by law during the November 2014 election.
VCUSD staff is recommending placing two smaller $139 million bonds on the fall ballot. One is reserved for middle and high schools, while the second will help the district’s elementary schools.