According to the agreement, the Town Council can authorize sale of the Blue Oaks properties at a price less than $3 million.
Should the Blue Oaks properties not sell for a sum sufficient to pay for the Portola Road property, including the cost of the cleanup, the town does not plan to use tax revenues but would undertake "a concerted fundraising effort," Town Manager Nick Pegueros told the Almanac in an email.
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