Santa Rosa City Schools to temporarily move from rotting portables deemed unsafe for staff

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The Santa Rosa City Schools District is relocating its headquarters while officials decide what to do with deteriorating portable buildings that pose a health and safety threat to staff.

The district offices, which are next to Ridgway High School, are made up of about 10 secondhand portables, most which are 70 years old and rotting.

During a special board meeting on July 25, the Santa Rosa City Schools trustees approved the move in a 7-0 vote after Superintendent Anna Trunnell cited the escalating deterioration of the structures at the district campus.

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