Principal: School is ready

Principal: School is ready

There are 32 comments on the Nashoba Publishing story from Aug 27, 2010, titled Principal: School is ready. In it, Nashoba Publishing reports that:

Dear parents, guardians, students, and members of the Shirley community: The end of summer is approaching and our thoughts are beginning to turn to the start of school and to new beginnings.

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Hyde Park, MA

#21 Sep 16, 2010
Sorry "Trying to Understand." you aren't going to get any answers to your questions from "Justsayen" because he/she doesn't have any specific answers to your questions- can only name call and point fingers!
Justsayen

Lancaster, MA

#22 Sep 16, 2010
Justsayen

Lancaster, MA

#23 Sep 16, 2010
&fe ature=player_embedded#!

Whenever you start trying to get me down; I just watch this all the way through, it reminds me of who you people are. And I smile!
Trying to understand

Ayer, MA

#24 Sep 16, 2010
Justsayen- I can't see what an advertisement has to do with Shirley and Ayer's specific issues with educational and buildings needs. If you are not going to answer questions raised to you in a meaningful and well thought out intelligent way, you will lose your following, as I suspect you already have. Or do you not have any well thought out specific options for the towns to consider? We all want options to consider and with the absense of those options, people will choose only what is provided to them.
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Hanscom Afb, MA

#25 Sep 18, 2010
justsayin-"Whenever you start trying to get me down; I just watch this all the way through, it reminds me of who you people are. And I smile!"

You truly are not informed if you let this video tell you about what is going on in the Ayer Shirley Region. This is about NJ teacher's union and concessions 'their' leaders did not make.
Ayer teachers made concessions to their recent contract concerning health care costs, as did all Ayer town employees. In fact it was the Ayer Teacher's Union that brought to the table the hope that the town would consider other health care providers to SAVE money for the TOWN. Ayer Teacher's Union was willing to have a representative from the Mass. Teachers Union send in a health care expert to confer with town representative about options... But, that would have been leg work for the folks in town hall, so it was tabled by the town.
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Hyde Park, MA

#26 Sep 20, 2010
Where are you now, Justsayen? LEts hear your ideas to address the issues that must be addressed. If you don't share options that haven't been considered then you can't complain about what the citizens choose as a way to help the problems. Speak now.
Justsayen

Lancaster, MA

#27 Sep 22, 2010
I just watched Christy again; and I'm smiling. You can all go back to your play book; however I don't think it's working this year. Have a nice day!
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Hyde Park, MA

#28 Sep 23, 2010
Justsayen wrote:
I just watched Christy again; and I'm smiling. You can all go back to your play book; however I don't think it's working this year. Have a nice day!
We should hear no more complaints from you since you refuse to give any ideas for the public to consider when having to make decisions about specific issues.
Justsayen

Lancaster, MA

#29 Sep 23, 2010
You moonbats are so predictable, your play book and talking points are in sync; WOW Just for that I guess I won't complain anymore! November is coming!!!! Most of your allies will be OUT A HERE!!! Bye? I think I'll go get a cold beer and watch Christy again!!! See YA!!! You really aren't worth the time and effort to try and have a real conversation with. If you only knew what you really sound like.
Trying to understand

Ayer, MA

#30 Sep 23, 2010
It makes no sense to continue to avoid the issues by name calling and pointing fingers. You present no alternative solutions and, therefore, you cannot place blame on the choices citizens make from the options they are preented with. Go back to your drinking and watching the tube while the educated and informed move the towns forward.
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Hanscom Afb, MA

#31 Sep 23, 2010
Trying to understand wrote:
It makes no sense to continue to avoid the issues by name calling and pointing fingers. You present no alternative solutions and, therefore, you cannot place blame on the choices citizens make from the options they are preented with. Go back to your drinking and watching the tube while the educated and informed move the towns forward.
Right on!!
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Hyde Park, MA

#32 Sep 24, 2010
Trying to understand wrote:
It makes no sense to continue to avoid the issues by name calling and pointing fingers. You present no alternative solutions and, therefore, you cannot place blame on the choices citizens make from the options they are preented with. Go back to your drinking and watching the tube while the educated and informed move the towns forward.
Couldn't agree more!!!

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