Medina City Schools to put 5.9 mill levy on May 7 ballot
MEDINA: The Medina City Schools Board of Education unanimously voted to put a 5.9 mill 10-year emergency levy on the May 7th ballot according to communications director Jeanne Hurt.
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#1 Jan 31, 2013
What planet do these people live on? The only people that will suffer are the tax paying homeowners who will have their taxes go up again and see the schools waste their money again. Have they not seen the pages of foreclosures? Time to open your eyes, vote out this school board.
#2 Jan 31, 2013
You want to know teachers salaries state employees? go to Ohio.gov and look. There are some hefty salaries being paid out. Most showing these teachers work only 184 days out of the year.
#3 Feb 2, 2013
This school board is so self serving! They pass the levy? Then what? they will do what they did last time, spend, spend, spend.
We need a new school board, people that live in the curren economy crisis, because these people don't get it.
I say go look at the salaries and make your decision based on that and past peformance.
#4 Feb 20, 2013
New board of ed members are the only permanent solution
#5 Mar 20, 2013
The students, the teachers and the community suffer because teachers will get laid off, classes cut due to teacher cuts, so less education to students. we definitely need a new board, but to say the only people who will suffer are the parents is ignorant
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