Fairfield County school districts seeking new taxes
Eight trailers filled with elementary students studying in makeshift classrooms demonstrate why Fairfield County's Bloom-Carroll district is asking voters on May 8 to approve a $30 million bond issue to build a new elementary school. More young families are moving into the 1,980-student district in the Carroll and Lithopolis areas, adding 79 students this school year alone, Haughn said.
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#1 Mar 5, 2018
Vote early, vote often and vote NO on tax increases, continuing, or building bond issues. Only because Hell No isn't a ballot option.
Remember, you can can always spend your money to greater benefit to yourself than any public school can.
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