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Pictured is Malibu High School, which could soon separate from Santa Monica to become the Malibu Unified School District. Lauren Coughlin/22nd Century Media
Lauren Coughlin, Editor
9:03 am PDT March 14, 2017

The crowd slowly dwindled as the SMMUSD Board of Education spent four hours Tuesday, March 7, deliberating what several board members deemed the most important decision they will ever make.

The evening’s agenda had just one item to consider: the Malibu Unification Negotiation Committee’s report on the financial implications of reorganizing SMMUSD into two unified school districts. The special meeting allowed the board to ask the MUNC questions, which were plentiful.