Cedar Hill, Duncanville school districts seek 13-cent tax increase in next Tuesday's election

Sep 30, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Dallas Morning News

Voters in Cedar Hill and Duncanville school districts will decide Tuesday whether to increase school property taxes to rates that are higher than most districts in the state.

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Butch

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Just turn off the DHS Stadium lights at night and turn the AC up to 78 degrees and shut all the open doors of the school.... you dont believe me ... go visit the school and see the waste. Visit the stadium at 1 am and watch the game... not! See how the school demonstrates to the kids how to waste energy. There should be more classes on saving and balancing a checkbook. There is plenty on money. I gotta love the admins emplyee list of assistant to the assistant of the assistant. Try and call the assistant at the school and you always get voicemail to the assistant.
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great, voted down. the public has spoken and its sick of the mismanagement of the citizens tax dollars. this is the same deal as dallas and hispanichosa spending all our $

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