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District Produces Grant Deeds from 2000 Swap

The City of Alameda and the Alameda Unified School District voted to move forward with a swap to hand back certain parcels from the school district to the City of Alameda.

The City of Alameda and the Alameda Unified School District voted to move forward with a swap to hand back certain parcels from the school district to the City of Alameda.

Responding to an Action Alameda News public records request, the Alameda Unified School District has produced the grant deed that handed the Encinal Terminals tidelands trust parcels to the school district from the City of Alameda.

That deal was in 2000, but the deed was not recorded until December 3rd, 2004.

The property is to be handed back to the City of Alameda in a new deal recently approved by both bodies.

Neither City of Alameda nor Alameda Unified School District have made clear all the details that would explain why it took four years to record the grant deed. Officials justified the latest swap deal saying that the school district could never use the tidelands trust parcels, because of trust restrictions and problems obtaining approval from the California State Lands Commission, which administers the trust.

But it’s unclear how the grant deed could be recorded at all in that case, even four years after the deal was agreed upon.

Here is the grant deed.

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