By Richard Bammer
The final environmental impact report for the Will C. Wood High football stadium project and a $938,000 Measure A contract for Sierra Vista science classrooms are on the agenda when Vacaville Unified trustees meet Thursday night in Vacaville.
Members of the five-member stadium project team — Dan Banowetz, facilities director; Arron McGuire, district project manager; Jim Kordakis, capital program management; Dave Davis, a CEQA consultant; and Brian Meyers of HMC Architects — likely will begin their presentation with a brief review the 1970 California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA. Basically, it requires state and local agencies to follow a step-by-step analysis and public disclosure of environmental impacts of proposed projects and adopt measures to lessen the severity of any impacts. CEQA makes environmental protection a mandatory part of every state and local agency’s decision-making process.