Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009 | Why on earth is San Diego Unified School District closing six schools while at the same time studying a new school in the unbuilt downtown public library?

The library-school would cost $20 million from a building bond issue which voters expected to fund repairs and improvements on existing schools. The voters have had no input on the downtown library and, if asked, would probably turn it down.

So isn’t the school district planning to circumvent the public’s wishes and expectations?

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