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Key issue splits board in drawing maps to subdivide school district

Original post made on Feb 6, 2017

Plans to divide the Sequoia Union High School District into five voting areas for school board elections have raised a key question: Should a voting area echo a particular high school's attendance area and possibly put that board member under pressure by voters to represent that school on the board?

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