Wadsworth breaks ground on high school/public campus
The city broke ground on the Wadsworth High School and Community Campus on Thursday, a $139 million project already three years in the works.
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#1 Aug 15, 2009
why is that were building schools and no money is comming in from unemployed workers.and why is it that most citys have money to put fire trucks in parades,but cry about having no money.and why does wadsworth wait so long in the year to do road work. like durling drive
#2 Aug 15, 2009
It's because the Wadsworth gov't wants to copy the federal gov't and spend spend spend when there's no money to spend. The only difference is that Wadsworth can't print their own money.
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