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Reader Opinion: A big scam

Why not put administration in Lincoln school and refurbish Washington for a grade school? Educate the superintendent, she should be taught that $59 million is no free money, it is part of the Forestview scam of increasing the bond by stretching i...

Why not put administration in Lincoln school and refurbish Washington for a grade school?

Educate the superintendent, she should be taught that $59 million is no free money, it is part of the Forestview scam of increasing the bond by stretching it out. $204 million is too totally over the top. Look at the future-online high school, college, continuing education for parents who dropped out, etc., etc. The future is not big warehouses with union guards.

George Carleton

Merrifield

Related Topics: FORESTVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL
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