ALCO Board of Education hosts special meeting

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(ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) The Alameda County Board of Education will host a special virtual meeting Thursday night to finalize the vote on trustee district boundaries.

The current trustee district boundaries are broken up into seven distinct areas. The first encompasses Albany Unified District, Berkeley Unified and Emery Unified, stretching east from the Interstate 80 corridor. Joaquin Rivera is the trustee for District 1.

The second stretches from the Emeryville Oakland border narrowly out to 66th Avenue where it expands eastward. District 2 includes the Alameda County Unified School District. Angela Normand is the trustee for District 2.

District 3 also includes a substantial part of Oakland and the Piedmont School District as well. Area 3 stretches from the northern portion of Claremont Avenue, just beneath the Berkeley hills, out to High Street in East Oakland. Ken Berrick is the trustee for District 3.

District 4 stretches from San Leandro out to the Western portion of Dublin, including the unincorporated communities of San Lorenzo, Ashland, Castro Valley, the northern portion of Cherryland, the northern portion of Fairview and Hayward acres. The trustee for Area 4 Aisha Knowles.

Area 5 includes Hayward, Union City, the southern portion of Cherryland and the southern portion of Fairview. The trustee for Area 5 is Janevette Cole.

District 6 mostly encompasses Newark and the western portion of Fremont. The trustee for District 6 is Eileen McDonald.

District 7, whose trustee is Yvonne Cerrato, includes portions of the Tri-Valley cities including the eastern portion of Dublin, Pleasanton and Livermore. It additionally encompasses the unincorporated communities of Sunol, Mountain House and the southeastern portion of Fremont.

To review the meeting agenda, offer public comment or stream the meeting, click here.

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