Poway Unified Superintendent John Collins is expected to address the controversy over a bond that could end up costing the district nearly $1 billion during Monday's 6 p.m. board meeting, a district spokeswoman said.
The district has been under fire since an that a $105 million bond could end up costing the district nearly $1 billion to repay. While the district issued a statement two days after the report, board members have not responded to requests for comment. Collins is expected to talk about the controversy during his allotted time for superintendent comments at Monday's meeting, though the bond itself is not on the agenda.
The meeting begins at 6 p.m. Monday at the , 15250 Avenue of Science, San Diego.
The meeting room will have seats to accomodate 150 people, PUSD spokeswoman Sharon Raffer said, and members of the public will be able to address the board during the "C" portion of the agenda. Those who want to speak will need to fill out a speaker slip, which are usually available on a table just outside of the meeting room door in the lobby. Speakers typically have three minutes to address the board.
The board agenda also includes a vote on a new contract with the Poway School Employees Association and tax bonds for Community Facilities District No. 6 (4S Ranch).
The full and abbreviated agendas are attached.