Group makes pitch for new school in Harvard
HARVARD A group running a referendum campaign backing the proposed construction of a $20 million school is trying to explain what impact the new school will have on property taxes.
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#1 Oct 4, 2008
While the mayor and town council beat the drum for growth and and economic development to incxrease the tax base, the reality is that more people with kids have come for low paying jobs and the economy is faltering. Walmart has hurt the Ayer street and Sullivans. Many private folks are also close to economic collapse. There is no money for such a project. Why not convert the failed buisnesses into
classrooms or better yet encourage home schooling. Home schooled kids on the average preform much better than public school kids. Or combine the two.
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