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School board members won’t be signing off on a proposal to purchase an office building leased to house 85 district office employees – at least not at the end of this year, as district staff was set to recommend.
This Tuesday, Alameda’s Board of Education will look at different options for purchasing the district office space Alameda Unified is now renting in Marina Village. A decision on whether to purchase the space could come next month.
Schools officials are required to submit a fiscal analysis to the Alameda County Office of Education 30 days prior to a school board decision on whether to purchase the building; that paperwork was submitted Thursday, an informational presentation the board is slated to receive on Tuesday says.