Scanlan brings hope for schools |

Scanlan brings hope for schools

The school bond and mill levy proposed for voter approval in next November’s election raise serious questions about our school board’s management capability.

These funds are “required” for renovation and maintenance, respectively.

Just three years ago voters approved a special maintenance and technology mill levy.

During the ensuing three years hundreds of thousands of dollars were wasted to find, hire, pay, fire and provide a golden parachute for a short-lived superintendent.

Seems to me our elected officials are playing fast and loose with my money.

I hope Christine Scanlan, the recently appointed board member, can apply some common sense and fiscal frugality in the school district.

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