By Richard Bammer
An update on the recent voter-approved Measure Q bond and the “sunshining” of the governing board’s initial wage-and-benefit proposal to teachers are on the agenda when Dixon Unified leaders meet tonight in Dixon.
Superintendent Brian Dolan will update the board about the measure, a $30.4 million bond passed by voters Nov. 8.
Nearly 60 percent of district voters cast “yes” votes, well more than the 55 percent needed for passage. It passed by relatively wide margins in all but a handful of precincts.
When it takes effect, residential property owners will be assessed $40 per $100,000 of valuation. For the median-priced Dixon home of $250,000, it translates into $100 to $115 per year.