Have you looked at what our tax money is being spent on and how much they are spending? Just the Nash hire has cost that much too high salary, a couple of assistants, the lady who left had to come back and straighten things out because they were such a mess, that is on the old board and administration not the future ones. Results of money being spent and the decisions being made today most certainly can be attributed to the past administration.<quoted text>
"Any future financial problems can be directly attributed to the past board decisions???? Sure it is all still Bushes fault. NO, NO ,NO. Going forward the BOE making decisions are 'THEMSELVES" making those decisions and are the be held responsible for those decisions.
It is so easy to keep saying it's all Bushes fault. That way the decisions of the current administration can never be held accountable.
Again, mark my words this day future BOE's headed by the NEA elected will make decisions that will not only make decisions that do not have our children's best interest in mind but will also be decisions that will require more tax payer money and destroy the school's reserves.
I guess in your world that the current BOE is responsible for the decision to fire Borisaw. To keep looking backward and blaming past elected officials is simply irresponsible. How would you like to be blamed for decisions made today at City Hall is your fault because you served in the past?
Think about it.
You may be a bit confused, the board that fired Bourisaw directly after they renewed her contract are responsible for all that money that went down the drain. That was probably one of those unanimous decisions, too bad it cost taxpayers over $300,000...but I guess that is OK in your book.
The decisions made in the past are what impact the budget today, pledging future income is not the way to do things. If there is no growth or there could be a drain caused by more TIFs or TIDs or Series 100 Bonds that decrease the flow of cash into the system, we will hear the cry for another tax increase. Don't forget the farcical no tax increase bond issue that was passed last year, there most certainly was a tax increase, just when the property owners were about to realize a tax reduction! Oh no, the district can't let that happen, now can it? They are addicted to spending, must have more money and find things to spend it on to justify the expenditures.