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pkoski Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 7:51 AM
If that's the case, then why am I forced to endure an increase in my property tax bill to support a school district that I have no childern addending? Shouldn't property owners be given the choice to pay that part of their ever increasing bill?
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Hail, Hail Michigan

pkoski Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 7:48 AM
So now, $3 million will go directly into the classroom, which is what teachers tell us they really care about. So now, $3 million will allow the district to retain employees, which what the union ought to care most about. So who makes sure that this "windfall" goes back to the schools and doesn't get spent on some politician's personal project???
Unions would not be needed if you took the politics out of the job. Like everything else in this city our political figures have turned this once proud profession into just another politically connected, who is your clout, job.
WOW! Based on what you see on tv? You should really get out more.
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