I dug up the agenda item for Richmond and the adopted WCCUSD Board
resolution and posted them on:
Obviously, the key document to dig up is the MOU signed with the city
of Richmond to confirm the details, but from looking at these docs
it's clear that on the WCCUSD side $1.5M/year keeps these schools open
year-by-year starting next fiscal year and the city is contemplating a
"3-5 year" commitment based on some financial maneuverings. I don't
know how they came up with 1.5M when it should be 1.4M (800K + (2 *
Meanwhile, don't forget the County Office of Ed. in its conditional
approval (uploaded with the other docs) of the WCCUSD budget for this
"Should the cities be unable to provide the funding indicated in the
assumptions by November 2009, it will be necessary to implement the
school closures iterated in the Board's School Closure Resolution."
On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 6:51 PM, fdkunaniec <fdkunaniec@...> wrote:
> The Richmond payment is for one year only because the three Richmond schools were scheduled for closure in year #2. If they were on the year #1 list, then two years payment would be due. WCCUSD asked to have the payment this November so that plans for schools closures can move forward if the money is not available.
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