Measure V Update
Attention all Vacaville Unified School District area residents!
Vacaville Unified School District Measure V Citizens' Oversight Committee Membership Openings - Open Until Filled
Applications are now being accepted for appointment to fill up to four vacancies (up to three members plus one alternate member), on the Vacaville Unified School District Measure V Citizens’ Oversight Committee. We are particularly looking for members to fill the following categories, but all are welcome to apply: senior citizen member, parent/PTA, parent, businessperson, at-large.
The application period will remain open until vacancies are filled.
The COC is responsible for overseeing the expenditures of funds from Measure V, the Vacaville Unified School District $101.3 million General Obligation bond, approved in November, 2001, for the renovation and construction of schools. The COC meets generally once every quarter, in the evening, with additional meetings possible. The VUSD Board of Education is responsible for appointment of COC members. The term of service runs for two years, with a maximum of two terms.
For an application packet or more information, please contact: Ms. Leigh A. Coop, Director of Facilities, Vacaville Unified School District, 401 Nut Tree Road, Vacaville, CA 95687, (707) 453-6138 or email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or on-line at www.vacavilleusd.org, in the Measure V link.
Measure V Update
The Vacaville Unified School District successfully passed Measure V, a local school facilities general obligation bond on the November 6, 2001 local election ballot. Passage of Measure V generated $101.3 million for school renovation and construction projects throughout the district. Measure V has also allowed the district to receive over $34 million in State matching funds for facilities renovation and construction. Other funding sources have included developer fees and interest earnings from the bond.
Altogether the Measure V facilities program has made possible over $157 million in total facilities funding for school renovations and construction. For complete information please click on this link: Fact Sheet with completed projects for all schools
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