- In other action
The board approved a resolution to borrow funds for the 2012-2013 school year to fill in gaps left by state budget deferrals. The loans come in the form of tax and revenue anticipation notices through the California Cash Reserve Program.
Trustee George Neely clarified when the state does pay the districts what is owed, that doesn't give the district more to spend. It will go to pay off these loans.
The board approved another resolution to retrofit nearly 4,000 lighting fixtures at several school sites to increase energy efficiency. The total cost is $130,092 after one rebate from the City of Lodi and a grant from the Cress Foundation, each totalling about $44,000. Art Hand, assistant superintendent of facilities and planning, anticipates that the cost will be offset by savings in about two years.
Posted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 12:00 am
Food Services for Lodi Unified School District has a new name and a new game plan.
Director Warren Sun gave a glowing review of the department's accomplishments at Tuesday's board of trustees meeting.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012 12:00 am.