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#21 Nov 11, 2013
Punjab is wrote:
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Nice try dipshit. You know nothing. Of course others have already identified that.
I just wanted to reiterate it for our new readers.
LOL, you have nothing and are too proud to admit you are wrong so you just turn to insults.

I win. You lose. Face it.

Again, how much did your property taxes out in Forest go up when Clinton Prairie completed their recent renovations? How much did they go up when Blue Ridge/Green Meadows school in Frankfort was completed? I can tell you the amount: ZERO.
Punjab is

Michigantown, IN

#22 Nov 11, 2013
If winning means showing how stupid you are, yep... you've won.

State taxes are used to fund various school budget line items you republican idiot.

http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/crd/localgov/Top... is a great place to go and see basic budget outlines based on the state taxes that we pay. Even though the site was updated in 2011, the links on that site led to more current documentation.

Who did you cheat on all thru school to graduate???
So Defensive

Fort Wayne, IN

#23 Nov 11, 2013
Wow... you have a lot of free time to constantly be on here posting comments and throwing insults.
Must be nice.
Do you not have anything better to do? Just curious.
punjab wrote:
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LOL, you have nothing and are too proud to admit you are wrong so you just turn to insults.
I win. You lose. Face it.
Again, how much did your property taxes out in Forest go up when Clinton Prairie completed their recent renovations? How much did they go up when Blue Ridge/Green Meadows school in Frankfort was completed? I can tell you the amount: ZERO.

Since: Jul 10

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#24 Nov 11, 2013
Punjab is wrote:
If winning means showing how stupid you are, yep... you've won.
State taxes are used to fund various school budget line items you republican idiot.
http://www.agecon.purdue.edu/crd/localgov/Top... is a great place to go and see basic budget outlines based on the state taxes that we pay. Even though the site was updated in 2011, the links on that site led to more current documentation.
Who did you cheat on all thru school to graduate???
Of course state income taxes are used to fund various school budget lines, you moron.

But that is not what I asked. Major school renovation/construction projects are a different animal entirely, yet you seem to claim that the recent CP renovation/building project and the building of a new elementary school for CSF caused your property taxes in Forest to rise. Yet you won't even state by a percentage basis how high they went up. How high did those projects cause your PROPERTY taxes to rise? How much did they cause your INCOME taxes to rise? Answer the questions.

Nope, never had to cheat in school to get good grades. Unlike you who probably cheated their ass off and still got crappy grades. Probably part of the reason you still live in your Mom's basement in Forest.

Since: Jul 10

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#25 Nov 11, 2013
So Defensive wrote:
Wow... you have a lot of free time to constantly be on here posting comments and throwing insults.
Must be nice.
Do you not have anything better to do? Just curious.
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Oh, I'm getting plenty of work on multiple projects done. Proving that "punjab is" is wrong takes up an insignificant amount of my time and mental resources.
Punjab is

Michigantown, IN

#26 Nov 11, 2013
punjab wrote:
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Of course state income taxes are used to fund various school budget lines, you moron.
But that is not what I asked. Major school renovation/construction projects are a different animal entirely, yet you seem to claim that the recent CP renovation/building project and the building of a new elementary school for CSF caused your property taxes in Forest to rise. Yet you won't even state by a percentage basis how high they went up. How high did those projects cause your PROPERTY taxes to rise? How much did they cause your INCOME taxes to rise? Answer the questions.
Nope, never had to cheat in school to get good grades. Unlike you who probably cheated their ass off and still got crappy grades. Probably part of the reason you still live in your Mom's basement in Forest.
Quote me where I said that it made my property taxes go up dillweed.

It's the follow-up shit we see money getting put towards you clown. Maintainence increases and utilities come to mind.

Nope, the county schools did a mighty fine job of educating me. Ivy Tech had a hand in it too. In a building that they bought and remodeled. Unlike what you and your bozo friends forced us into. Then on to a great college to get a degree to better my position in society. And yes, I had to take some minimum wage jobs along the way and our family did mighty fine too. We don't live outside of our means like the Fkt schools along with the city and county Govt's do.

Living in my mom's basement??? That's all you have??? Wow. Poke all the fun you want at me, but your the one who's getting the bad publicity on here by everyone else.

Priceless, my stupid asinine moronic republican douchebag, PRICELESS.

Since: Jul 10

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#27 Nov 11, 2013
Punjab is wrote:
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Quote me where I said that it made my property taxes go up dillweed.
It's the follow-up shit we see money getting put towards you clown. Maintainence increases and utilities come to mind.
Nope, the county schools did a mighty fine job of educating me. Ivy Tech had a hand in it too. In a building that they bought and remodeled. Unlike what you and your bozo friends forced us into. Then on to a great college to get a degree to better my position in society. And yes, I had to take some minimum wage jobs along the way and our family did mighty fine too. We don't live outside of our means like the Fkt schools along with the city and county Govt's do.
Living in my mom's basement??? That's all you have??? Wow. Poke all the fun you want at me, but your the one who's getting the bad publicity on here by everyone else.
Priceless, my stupid asinine moronic republican douchebag, PRICELESS.
*sigh* I'm asking you which of your your taxes will increase should CSF decide to renovation FHS. You have yet to answer the question.

The FHS renovation is projected to reduce utility costs by as much a 33%. There goes most of your "Maintainence increases and utilities" bullshit.

What is you supposed degree in?

And calling you and other morons out for their cheap anti-education bullshit is giving me a bad name? You need to look in the mirror, friend.
Yep

Frankfort, IN

#28 Nov 11, 2013
punjab wrote:
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*sigh* I'm asking you which of your your taxes will increase should CSF decide to renovation FHS. You have yet to answer the question.
The FHS renovation is projected to reduce utility costs by as much a 33%. There goes most of your "Maintainence increases and utilities" bullshit.
What is you supposed degree in?
And calling you and other morons out for their cheap anti-education bullshit is giving me a bad name? You need to look in the mirror, friend.
33% savings, who decided this figure? Are they doing any renovations to Case Arena? You do know Case Arena is the biggest expense when it comes to utilities, right?

Since: Jul 10

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#29 Nov 11, 2013
Yep wrote:
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33% savings, who decided this figure? Are they doing any renovations to Case Arena? You do know Case Arena is the biggest expense when it comes to utilities, right?
That figure was given out by one of the members of the FHS improvement committee at last week's meeting in the FHS cafeteria.

Renovations to Case Arena or any athletic facilities were deemed "out of scope" by the FHS improvement committee.

If you can prove that Case Arena is the biggest utility expense in the CSF then by all means go to the Tuesday night school board meeting where the committee plans to officially give their recommendation to the school board. Your information may sway the board members to alter the scope of the plan.
Yep

Frankfort, IN

#30 Nov 11, 2013
punjab wrote:
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That figure was given out by one of the members of the FHS improvement committee at last week's meeting in the FHS cafeteria.
Renovations to Case Arena or any athletic facilities were deemed "out of scope" by the FHS improvement committee.
If you can prove that Case Arena is the biggest utility expense in the CSF then by all means go to the Tuesday night school board meeting where the committee plans to officially give their recommendation to the school board. Your information may sway the board members to alter the scope of the plan.
I am not trying to sway anybody and would agree something needs done with current school's state. I am only telling you this because the Athletic Director stated this. If that is the case, maybe this should be considered something to look at if Case Aren isn't efficient. You would agree to save money, right?

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#31 Nov 12, 2013
Yep wrote:
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I am not trying to sway anybody and would agree something needs done with current school's state. I am only telling you this because the Athletic Director stated this. If that is the case, maybe this should be considered something to look at if Case Aren isn't efficient. You would agree to save money, right?
Yes I agree, although renovations Case Arena may be a 'third rail' for CSF board members at the moment considering the recent debacle surrounding the new tennis courts, aka "Herndon's Folly." I believe that if this renovation project even hints at renovations to athletic facilities it will be much less likely to pass a public referendum.
Punjab is funny

Indianapolis, IN

#32 Nov 12, 2013
punjab wrote:
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Renovations to Case Arena or any athletic facilities were deemed "out of scope" by the FHS improvement committee.
Case Arena and the Pool are "in the scope" according to the report published by the study committee.

http://tinyurl.com/FHSfinalreport
Punjab is

Michigantown, IN

#33 Nov 13, 2013
Punjab is funny wrote:
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Case Arena and the Pool are "in the scope" according to the report published by the study committee.
http://tinyurl.com/FHSfinalreport
Well, well, well...what do you know?!?

Since: Jul 10

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#34 Nov 13, 2013
Punjab is wrote:
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Well, well, well...what do you know?!?
I stand corrected.

I will not support a plan that includes air conditioning for Case Arena, it's simply not needed when the majority of it's use is in the fall and winter months.

Since: Jul 10

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#35 Nov 13, 2013
Punjab is funny wrote:
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Case Arena and the Pool are "in the scope" according to the report published by the study committee.
http://tinyurl.com/FHSfinalreport
I previously said I would support improvements to the FHS pool. Frankly the facility is a dump in it's current condition.

As for Case Arena, air conditioning is listed as a low priority item in the report, and I agree. Not needed at this time unless the community deems otherwise.
Not in favor

Fort Wayne, IN

#36 Nov 13, 2013
I wouldn't trust the words from that man.
Just saying...
Yep wrote:
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I am not trying to sway anybody and would agree something needs done with current school's state. I am only telling you this because the Athletic Director stated this. If that is the case, maybe this should be considered something to look at if Case Aren isn't efficient. You would agree to save money, right?
Not in favor

Fort Wayne, IN

#37 Nov 25, 2013
So another principal resigning due to an investigation. This school board cant seem to wash their hands of inappropriate behavior within the school corporation these days. They need to take a closer look. There are more still lingering around.

Since: Jul 10

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#38 Nov 25, 2013
Not in favor wrote:
So another principal resigning due to an investigation. This school board cant seem to wash their hands of inappropriate behavior within the school corporation these days. They need to take a closer look. There are more still lingering around.
Perhaps you can point them in the right direction before a student gets hurt.
Not in favor

Fort Wayne, IN

#39 Nov 25, 2013
So you encourage poor behavior by the administration? You like your tax dollars paying for poor behavior? Actions that are serious enough to force someone to resign or be fired.
punjab wrote:
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Perhaps you can point them in the right direction before a student gets hurt.

Since: Aug 13

Indianapolis, IN

#40 Nov 25, 2013
Not in favor wrote:
So another principal resigning due to an investigation. This school board cant seem to wash their hands of inappropriate behavior within the school corporation these days. They need to take a closer look. There are more still lingering around.
In my opinion , which I am entitled too, a "closer look" , should be started at the Top on down ! Mayor, police force of Frankfort, court house employees, schools! The list could go on and on!

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