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People don't like the idea of spending $1,000,000 per classroom. It's hard to imagine it would cost that much to renovate the current classrooms.
10 classrooms are needed for one subject? Appears the building will be used for multi-purposes. Also interesting that additional projects have crept into the project.
How soon will it be that another bond is proposed for a $10 million dollar track , followed by another $10 million bond for the parking lot/soccer field, then another bond for whatever else was asked for last time.....and so on?
I don't recall the recent bond measure indicating it would cost $10 million to renovate the science section of the high school. When did renovation go out the window in favor of a new, separate building?
Nicely done, Annie.
The last sentence says it all.
Throw in the Chamber of Commerce. Go to any of the above websites and there is not one mention of the aviary. I doubt tourists coming to town have a clue there is an aviary in WW that is a must see destination.
How about we focus first on the operating costs to sustain the aviary, then address the repairs? Once those birds are gone......they're GONE!
Shameful and shortsighted. The power players in town need to step up.
If the economy wasn't so piss poor and the unemployment rate so high, then people wouldn't be forced to take the jobs that normally go to high school kids. Respect to those for wanting to continue to provide for their families, but a business should not have to provide for the income gap. And where do you draw the line for what the minimum wage (not "living wage" as some want to call it) should be? $20 an hour? $25? $30?
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