Unfortunately, the anxiety of unknown factors in our future economics and fianances is the REAL WORLD that all of us who work in the private sector live with; by making sure that we place our needs above our wants and budget ourselves carefully to plan ahead surplus enough to maintain priorities in the event of a crisis beyond our control. It does appear that some of our union school employees feel that they are above living with uncertainties that the rest of us deal with; but that the union should have unlimited access to our hard earned dollars; so that all they have to do is just say "we need a levy, or else we will walk out of your child's classroom, and disrupt your life and your child's education."<quoted text>
I don't believe it is recurring money. The schools' information says "has" received, not "and will continue to receive". And if it is recurring - what taxes the state giveth, the state unfortunately can taketh away.
Unfortunately, there are no certainties, including financial, for any of us in all our tomorrows; that's why we have the present
to instill a sense of fiscal responsibility (fixing budgets/levy alternatives) in our local government leaders, including our government schools.
Time to get real serious by getting out the serious message of voting on November 5, 2013, ONLY, for reform minded candidates
who can look beyond "the way it was in 2000, the 90's, the 80's or whatever good old days that our union school board candidates want to bring back and "hold back" our children first.
Vote November 5, 2013, for the the only two school board candidates who should be our next elected board representatives.
Vote for David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn.