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Indian Creek won’t listen to voters

April 7, 2013

To the editor: The Indian Creek Local Board of Education decided to again place the levy on the May 7 ballot. Didn’t we just have a levy vote (March 6, 2012, and Nov....

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timd75

Apr-07-13 10:06 AM

Spot on. And the boards of education everywhere will keep disregarding the NO vote of the majority, as they did in California, when that majority voted against same sex marriage. They will bring levies up again and again, and they will schedule these elections without the fanfare that the average public sees. You must call out the members of the board of education, expose the politicians, and get right back in their face. And it's NOT about the children. Follow the money every time, and note how those politicians vote afterward regarding teacher pay raises, etc. Just look to the Hancock County WV school levy that passed by very few votes in 2010. Their local politician Swartzmiller said "build it and they will come". He meant the unions, not families. Forbes magazine just showed how WV is #1 with people moving AWAY in 2012! And last month Hancock school superintendent Sue Smith had to admit that there are over 100 LESS kids in the county this year. Teachers will be cut.

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