DUBLIN (KRON)– The Dublin Unified School District rejected the proposal to build a high school near the Alameda County Jail.
Many parents were worried about their children’s safety because the school would have been just half a mile from the jail.
The school district is searching for a new location but admitted the best option would have been near the intersection of Gleason Drive and Hacienda Drive.
Tuesday afternoon, hundreds of parents attended a district school board meeting where the final decision was made.
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