The following question was submitted regarding the LOI for Thomas Jefferson located at 1619 N St, Sacramento:
Question: “I had a question regarding the Jefferson LOI, I did a quick search on the State and national Park data base to see if the Jefferson site was registered historical and did not find anything. Can you confirm whether or not the property is registered historical and if so under what agency/criteria. That may impact potential funding sources.”
This document lists the most noted ideas gathered at the community meetings for Old Marshall and Thomas Jefferson. In addition, it lists the Concerns/Comments/Questions the community had regarding these two sites.
April 4, 2016 (Sacramento): Sacramento City Unified School District is hosting a community meeting on Tuesday (April 5) to discuss the future of Old Marshall School, which has been vacant since 2009.
Marshall School was built in 1903 and designed by Rudolph Harold, a locally prominent architect who designed City Hall. Located at 2718 G St., it was used as an elementary school until 1976, when it was closed due to concerns about its ability to withstand an earthquake.