This was a breakthrough because they (DOJ) realized that prevention needed to be addressed at an early age.

I really want all of the complexities of the two bonds, and how each impacts the taxpayer, to be really clear to us. When we make that decision [about ballot language] I don't want it to be based on the vote we think we can get, I want it to be based on facts, because we were so close with the two-thirds bond [Measure K]. There are a lot of factors that we have to really closely study.

We'll sit down with our regional partners and figure out what project has to move so that the Flintlock Flyover can be built.

We will hear the pros and cons of the two-thirds approach and the Proposition 39 approach. Bruce will share with us why there is a difference in the bonding capacity of the two types of bonds.

We will have an oversight committee that can work as a recommending body, work with me and work with the board, and help us do the things that we want to see done in the Priority Two list. The committee will help us get deeper into that list with the money that we have left after we do the Priority One projects.

If we stay with the two-thirds bond [in June], property taxpayers would not have their taxes increase, but it would extend the length of the bond.

I want to start right away getting some ideas on where we want to add to what we have already done [in the Measure K campaign].

It is far better to build a child that?s strong than to repair a child that?s gone wrong.

We are going to get good advice on how to run a campaign from people who run them.