SCTA Leaders Gives Capital Public Radio Listeners Facts About the Budget Fiasco
SCTA President David Fisher and 1st Vice-President Nikki Milevsky dispelled several misleading statements coming from Superintendent Jorge Aguilar about the Sac City budget fiasco in an interview today on “Insight,” on Capital Public Radio. You can listen to the interview here.
Among the facts David and Nikki explained include:
- The District’s budget was Ok for this year, it’s how the District budgeted for 2019-20, 2020-21 that is the problem.
- The District failed to account for an additional $3 million in ongoing state revenue in 2019-20, 2020-21.
- The District’s revenues have increased by nearly $100 million in revenue since 2014-15
- During the same time, Sac City has increased the number of administrators by 43%.
- SCTA has made a proposal to the District that would save $16.6 million per year, by simply reducing administrators to 2014-15 levels;
- SCTA has also proposed that Superintendent reduce his pay from $300,000 to $190,100–the same as Governor Jerry Brown.