By Jessica Rogness
The Ernest Kimme Charter Academy for Independent Learning is looking to renovate a vacant office on Peabody Road for its teachers and students.
The Vacaville Planning Commission will consider Tuesday granting a conditional use permit to the Vacaville Unified School District to transform a 6,600 square-foot office building in the Alamo and Peabody Shopping Center into a facility for its independent studies program.
The applicant, Daniel Banowetz, project coordinator for the school district, is proposing to remodel the building’s interior and to remove existing plant trellises located on the south and north of the building, located at 1949 Peabody Road.
The district would be building out a reception area, 16 offices, two storage rooms, four restrooms, a break room, conference room and two small classrooms at the site.