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Oakley School Board Interim Trustees Vote to Fill Vacant Seats; Reject Special ElectionThere is now a plan in place to fill the vacant seats on the Oakley Union Elementary School District board, with interim trustees unanimously voting Thursday night to appoint community members to the vacant seats. Andrea Nakano reports. (2-25-21)
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