After failed attempts in recent years to pass bond measures, the Imperial Valley College is considering another bond measure to update or renovate its science building.
Gilbert Dominguez, IVC superintendent and president, said administration members met Tuesday to discuss the issue.
"We looked at ideas and options for improving the current lab through renovation or expansion," said Dominguez.
He said issues discussed included starting a task force, assessing the community for their support of such a measure, the status of existing bonds in the community and the possibility of hiring consultants.
"We're just talking, brainstorming and trying to get our ducks lined up," he said.
Dominguez said strategies discussed included to "get everyone's buy-in from the campus first, then get community input and membership."
He said concerns from the last failed bond measure were addressed at the meeting.
Dominguez said a survey would probably be done "to see what the sense of the community is."