By Richard Bammer
A letter of intent with a land company, a memorandum of understanding with a state university, and a one-year contract extension for Superintendent Jane Shamieh are on the agenda when Vacaville Unified leaders meet tonight in Vacaville.
Dan Banowetz, the district’s director of facilities, will present a letter of intent with Bristol Land Company, a Costa Mesa-based firm, which is developing the Brighton Landing housing project, near the intersection of Leisure Town and Elmia roads.
A nonbinding document, the letter establishes the terms and conditions that will set aside property for a school site. Banowetz will tell the seven-member governing board that the land transaction will depend on a mutually acceptable purchase and sales agreement. Trustees are expected to approve the letter.