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Points to ponder in Indian Creek

April 21, 2013

To the editor: Once again, the Indian Creek school levy appears before voters of the school district. It makes no difference that this 4.95-mill levy has been twice rejected by the voter....

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Apr-22-13 3:34 PM

You only end up paying more if you lose the fight or elect the wrong politician.

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Apr-21-13 7:42 PM

I would certainly agree that taxes have been on the rise and the damage done by Obama-care will be substantial which is what happens when bills are passedd which have not been read but I would like to offer a different perspective. Imagine what will happen if the levy fails to pass again. Some will be elated except the ones who will lose their jobs as a result. I'm not talking about school teachers or administrators only. What about bus drivers, cafeteria workers, secretaries, and custodians who will be leaving the work force and may have to go on unemployment which will cause an additional drain and burden upon those who are still working. I know of two schools Pleasant Hills and Wayne that will be shutting their doors after this school year. Six teachers from Pleasant Hills have lost their jobs. Students will be bussed further from their homes and classrooms will see increases making teaching even more difficult. Regardless of how this turns out you will be paying more.

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