By Richard Bammer
One week after a budget workshop, Travis Unified leaders tonight are expected to approve a revision to the Fairfield district’s 2016-17 budget.
Supporting agenda documents with budget details and commentary, if any, were not available at press time Monday, but district officials said they would be posted online today.
As required by law, 45 days after the governor signs the new fiscal year’s budget, California school districts must provide for public review any changes in revenues and expenses that have been made.
At the Aug. 2 workshop, Superintendent Kate Wren Gavlak, the governing board and Jamie Metcalf, the chief business officer, reviewed the recently approved $54.5 million budget. No action was taken during the meeting.