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The San Diego City Council is slated to talk this afternoon about the idea of putting a charter school on two floors of the downtown library.

City and school district staffers have been discussing putting a charter school in the planned main library, though no details have been released. The city faces a July 1 deadline to keep a $20 million state grant for the library’s construction.

It’s scheduled for closed session on the grounds that it involves real estate negotiations. The public can speak about the issue when the City Council meets at 2 p.m. at City Hall, 202 C. Street.

RANI GUPTA

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