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Members sought for new ‘7-11 committee’ on Marshall site disposition
Posted 11/19/19

Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is seeking volunteers to serve on the District’s “7-11 Committee” — at least seven but no more than 11 committee members are required by state law — for the disposition of the old Marshall Elementary School site. The District is currently evaluating current and potential uses, space availability, and enrollment of its facilities, with this new Committee to advise the FUSD Board of Trustees regarding the Marshall site in particular.


The Committee will be responsible for reviewing and evaluating all relevant data in order to provide the Board with recommendations on how to maximize income from District property and educational or after-school program options for specific school sites; alternative uses for specific school sites, including long-term leases and child care programs; and possible disposition of property.


Members will be appointed to represent a cross-section of the local community in regards to socio-economic and ethnic composition, profession, expertise in land use planning, and other factors. If you live within the District’s boundaries and are interested in being considered for appointment to this committee, please complete the application and return the form to:


Fremont Unified School District
Business Services Department
ATTN: Carol Lemos
4210 Technology Drive Fremont, CA 94538
Re: 7-11 COMMITTEE
Email: clemos@fusdk12.net


The first review deadline for applications is 4 p.m., Friday, Dec. 6, 2019 (or postmarked by this date), so they can be submitted to the Board for approval in time for its Jan. 8, 2020 meeting.


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