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Reader Opinion: Shadow government

I am appalled at the school district's continued attempt to paint Jeff Czeczok as being ill responsible or portraying bad conduct in his efforts to keep the school district honest in its ongoing actions in the excessive expansion of school buildi...

I am appalled at the school district's continued attempt to paint Jeff Czeczok as being ill responsible or portraying bad conduct in his efforts to keep the school district honest in its ongoing actions in the excessive expansion of school buildings and property. Mr. Czeczok is not attempting bad conduct in his actions.

The school district has not been honest in it dealings with this project and has continually kept the public from the whole story. The district paints Mr. Czeczok in a manner to make him look bad to the public.

We should be thankful for his actions to bring to light the overwhelming costs of this project and the shadowy methods used to deceive the public.

I ask one more question-what is the total loss of tax revenue to the city for all of this property purchased by the school district? I hear them mentioning savings with less street maintenance etc, but I am sure the long run loss off revenue far exceeds the minimal costs mentioned, with more shady statements.

Daryl Bahma

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