The PUSD Districting Task Force is now considering allowing residents without U.S. citizenship to vote in future school board elections, Pasadena Weekly reported Thursday.
The Task Force was created to divide the district into seven geographic sub-districts, each electing its own member to the PUSD Board. Currently, Board Members are elected in an at-large voting system.
Initial speculation into the districting process led many to believe that .
But as the process moved forward, District officials made it clear that the and that neither Altadena nor Sierra Madre was likely to get its own distinct seat.