Lunenburg faces daunting repair issues at high school
The administration at Lunenburg High School is looking at an $11 million budget just to make critical improvements to the school if it does not receive funding help from the Massachusetts School Building Authority for a renovation or new building project.
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#1 Apr 30, 2012
If the town new that some day the roof and the windows will need replacement, why didn't the town start putting money aside for the job.(That is what most home owners would do). Just why all of a sudden they need millions for repairs when they new it was coming.
They complain that they need more money because of insurance increases and raises, and retirement. Well in my home I lost my job a year ago we are at one income (my wife) our insurance went up my taxes go up each year, My car is 18 years old, hers is 11 years old can't buy another. Ate into my retirement and 401K most gone. We just cannot afford another increase. My cat is gone (we ate her) we were hungry Ha Ha.
Hope you all get out and vote (NO). Let them fix the mistakes they did not save for.
#2 May 6, 2012
Sounds good to me, I do not have to pay any more than the family with 1 kid, and the old have to keep paying. Have a nice day..
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