Northampton Discusses Budget Shortfal...

Northampton Discusses Budget Shortfall & Solutions

There are 1 comment on the WWLP story from Mar 13, 2008, titled Northampton Discusses Budget Shortfall & Solutions. In it, WWLP reports that:

“The classroom sizes are way too big already, and if they lose an elementary school we can't have 40 or 50 children in one classroom. I would definitely have to consider private school.”

March 13, 2008 12:14 p.m. NORTHAMPTON, MASSACHUSETTS Northampton joins the ranks of Greenfield and Monson as communities with school budgets running in the red. via WWLP

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And The Beat Goes On

Holyoke, MA

#1 Mar 17, 2008
It's almost springtime folks. Every year, same ole, same ole whine and snivel.

Of course the "real" solution is raise taxes via a Prop 2 1/2 overide. "It's for the children" we are told. But it always seems to end up in salary.

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