The Council that Kicked the Hornets' Nest 

Eureka's new political guard halts the Jefferson School purchase, raising the ire of neighbors

It's 12:30 on a weekday afternoon in January, and Jefferson School is empty. Right about now, all across the county, children are erupting joyously from classrooms and cafeterias for recess. But in Jefferson's asphalt playground there's nothing but weeds, graffiti and long…

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