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Levy will help protect Edison

April 27, 2014

To the editor: I am asking voters in the Edison Local School District to vote with their heads and their hearts on May 6....

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Apr-27-14 1:08 PM

It appears to me that the revenue side of the balance sheet is not the problem. Because even with millions in cuts, (staff retirements/redusction, closing schools, etc) the expense side of the balance sheet continues to out pace the revenue side. Until the underlying causes of these expenses are permanently addressed , no amount of increases in revenue will be enough to keep this district afloat...

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Apr-27-14 1:02 PM

Mr. Richardson,

According to you : "The district has done its part to cut the waste".

So you admit that the district has a waste problem? Tell us what is being done to eliminate the waste in the future...

What did cutting the high school transportation save the district? $200,000 to $250,000 How many students left the district because of the busing cuts and how much will those lost students cost the district in state funding?

The district says they have lost 2.1 million in funding since 2011. Yet, the total revenue for the district has remained fairly constant: Total revenue for FY 2009 $17,559,667, 2010 $18.398,709, 2011 $17,618,845, 2012 $17,743,145, 2013 $18,346,409, 2014 $17,825,625. These numbers come directly from the state audits of the district for years 2009-13, year 2014 is from the districts 5 year budget from the ODE's web site.

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