We are a school district public library planning a capital project. The question is whether or not the project has to be approved by a public vote. We have been given money from our assemblyman towards the cost of the construction of one item in the plan.
There are a few scenarios where a capital project, such as a renovation, could start with a vote of the electorate of a school district library. If the project is subject to a bond, requires a tax levy increase, or is somehow tied to a referendum, the voters' go-ahead might be needed before work can begin. In additi