Williford High gone
worried

United States

#1 Oct 25, 2011
any thoughts
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#2 Nov 24, 2011
My taxes got cheaper! Most of my land is now in the Pocahontas school district. The millage at Pocahontas is a 29.37 Mammoth spring 35.0 Maynard 30.7 Corning 31.50 and Sloan Hendrix 36.93. It wasnt the big disaster many predicted it would be.
bull

United States

#3 Nov 25, 2011
Bull Churmudgeon wish you could leave it be.
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#4 Nov 25, 2011
bull wrote:
Bull Churmudgeon wish you could leave it be.
Wheres the bull? The millages are in fact as I posted. You simply dont like it that I am able to gloat and ya gotta eat crow.
bull

United States

#5 Nov 26, 2011
If u can't see the disaster there is no need to explain to you.
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#6 Nov 26, 2011
bull wrote:
If u can't see the disaster there is no need to explain to you.
The disaster was the superentendent Gillahan and the school board of yes men! The disaster was the parents that let the situation get so bad the schools couldnt meet the standards. the disaster is the denialist that think the school was actually good and was doing a good job of teaching the children. Thank goodness the state board was able to stop the disaster.
bull

United States

#7 Nov 26, 2011
After a tornado blows thru you don't bomb the area to keep it a disaster ! So give it a rest!
Churmudgeon

Mountain Home, AR

#8 Nov 26, 2011
bull wrote:
After a tornado blows thru you don't bomb the area to keep it a disaster ! So give it a rest!
Haw Haw Haw. Its better for the students education now. Quit being a denialist the school was a under performing bed of nepotism. Im glad your sad? like it or not? good or bad? My fault your fault? Nobodys fault? Everyones fault? The school is closed and my taxes got a little cheaper! That is just the way it is. Why dont You give it a rest Im not the one complaining.
Hamsterpoot

New Haven, CT

#9 Mar 5, 2014
It isn't better for the environment. They buried everything they didn't sell. You don't bury that stuff. I hope that whoever buys it after the church goes, whenever they realize they built a big church for like ten churchgoers and the bills start adding up, will find out before they close on the deal. That is definitely devaluing the property's worth for years to come. It was sickening to watch.
goatroaper

United States

#10 Mar 19, 2014
Hamsterpoot wrote:
It isn't better for the environment. They buried everything they didn't sell. You don't bury that stuff. I hope that whoever buys it after the church goes, whenever they realize they built a big church for like ten churchgoers and the bills start adding up, will find out before they close on the deal. That is definitely devaluing the property's worth for years to come. It was sickening to watch.
Who was the Williford IDIOT that built the nice home on school grounds?

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