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Sunday, January 2, 2011

School District Moves Slowly to Manage Its Real Estate - NY Times

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Jennifer Gollan at the Bay Citizen writes,
Despite being one of the largest financially struggling landowners in the city, the San Francisco Unified School District has largely failed to actively manage its holdings, leaving a number of valuable properties idle for years.

Decades of declining enrollment led the district to acknowledge in 2007 that roughly 20 percent of its holdings had little or no educational use. It also designated 10 vacant or underused properties as surplus and concluded that selling them would net an estimated $134 million, plus millions more in property tax revenue.
Read more at NY Times/Bay Citizen 

Read the 2009 SFUSD Evaluation of Potential Surplus Sites

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