When San Diego Unified posted a draft of potential projects for a proposed facilities bond, a few eyebrows shot up. The list included replacing sewer systems and wiring at brand-new schools such as Lincoln High School.

San Diego Unified’s answer to the alarm? Oops.

“The new schools are not getting work they don’t need via the proposed bond. … We made a mistake,” facilities spokeswoman Cynthia Reed-Porter wrote to me in an e-mail. “It was a computer glitch that occurred when creating that document, and we didn’t catch it.” 

A revised list is now available to the public, replacing the older list we linked to last week. Trustees will review the bond projects Tuesday in a first step towards placing the issue on the November ballot.


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