Posted 10 November 2017 - 12:22 PM
It's the school boards fault they are over crowded. They never once told a developer building within the district the school was at capacity. Instead they guilted the taxpayer for more money to fix their inability to properly run a school.
The referendum was a shameful use of resources and about as unethical a move as I have seen in this county in a long time. The whole process reeked like the smell we get from the landfill.
My question, will this allow the other schools to succeed their union? How could they vote no with this precedent set? If this goes back to local community schools controlled by more by the people and less by these beaurocrats, then this might be a very good thing.