If the Madera Unified School District Board chooses plan 3 as its redistricting choice, trustee area 1 will completely surround all of the other voting districts.
The geographical giant among trustee areas would close the gap to the north of town that has existed since the creation of voting districts. It would be home to 12,483 people out of a total of 87,841 districtwide.
Next would be areas 3 and 5, which would be virtually equal in geographical size. Likewise their populations would also be almost the same, with a little more than 12,000 residents each.
Following areas 3 and 5 in size would be areas 2, 6, and 4 in that order. Area 7, located in the center of the group, would be the smallest. All, however, would have a few more than 12,000 residents...