Travis leaders OK slight budget revision – The Reporter

By Richard Bammer

One week after a budget workshop, Travis Unified leaders on Tuesday approved a slight revision to the Fairfield district’s 2016-17 budget, with $54.5 million in expenses and more than $850,000 in deficit spending.

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.

In her slide presentation in the Travis Education Center, Jamie Metcalf, the district’s newly hired chief business officer, noted a loss of about $100,000 in revenues from the budget adopted during a June governing board meeting.

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