No action was taken at the Pleasanton Unified School District's closed meeting Thursday over the recent litigation over the building of Neal School. At this time, the district says it has not yet decided to appeal.
Myla Grasso, public information officer for the district, said after talking with their lawyers, there is still more of the process to go through before appealing the ruling.
An Alameda County Superior Court judged ruled in favor of Signature Properties, the developer that the district believed was responsible for building what would have been Pleasanton's 10th elementary school in the Vineyard Corridor.
Prior to the judge's final ruling, the district sent a response to his tentative ruling, disagreeing with several of the judge's findings. Making few changes, the judge made his final ruling and an extension to Sept. 5 was granted to the district for filing a response.
Grasso said the extension was needed to accommodate scheduling.
The November elections could bring two or three new board members, who would then also be involved in making decisions on the litigation if it is still pending.
At this time, another meeting on the litigation has not been scheduled, although the school board will hold a regular public meeting starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday.