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Posted by: Michael Caswell
« on: March 22, 2020, 04:53:31 am »

It cost $11,200,000!

Here is another project that appears to be voted on in the usual manner. Badly advertised and few actual voters.  Does anyone have the count numbers, or do we have another pet project foisted on an already over burdened, over taxed resident population?

As we struggle through the Corona Virus problems, we have to actually look at resetting our priorities.
Do we need our children in close proximity any more? Schools are a breeding ground for germs. Colds and flu and worse are spread through our communities from children.  Is home schooling going to become the future? Do we need all these buses? Do we need all these buildings?

How many people will lose their homes to foreclosure?  How many residents will lose their businesses and jobs? Already many are forced out of work. Who knows for how long, some say several months.

23% of our students are receiving free lunches, are considered living below the poverty line, yet they have to see this extravagance. Their parents could be single parent, and working in lower paid jobs, living on tips etc. Yet, they are taxed to death because of Fairport Schools.

Our biggest expense on our tax bill is for the schools, and unfortunately, it looks like they have a free reign into our pockets thanks to a lack of voters, and a lack of advertising their intentions.

The new bus depot is well on its way to being another drain on our wallets. Have you seen the lights on there, blazing away all night. Why? Switch them off please. It sets a bad example to our kids, and is not environmentally friendly.