We are voting YES! on the issue of renovating the Middle School for these reasons:
- The middle-school teachers are enthusiastic about the innovative layout in the renovation plan and we wholeheartedly endorse the green technology in it;
- it keeps a school within the village proper while the other schools remain in remote locations;
- we have to use this site for educational purposes or lose it according to a [sic] reversionary clause;
- if we do not act now the eventual cost of any other project will surely exceed the overall cost of this renovation plan;
- the real issue is not the tens of millions in public debt the renovation will amass, it is merely the tens of dollars added annually to our school taxes we must pay to support this project.
We implore all the parents of children who go to our schools, or will go to our schools in the near future, their relatives, their friends, and their neighbors, to vote YES! on February 9 in support of public education for our children.
Todd Quinlan, Jeffrey Goldman, Norman Turner, Tessa Killian, Betty Marton, Joan Cherney, Robin Perls, Jerry Teters, Jennifer Zaborowski, Jeff Perls, Joanna Teters, Glenn McNitt, Robby Vorspan, Alysa Sullivan, Maryann Fallek, Brian Lynch, Dan Sullivan, Eric Schwartz, Joan Combellick, Jasmine Redfern, Stacey Schaffer, Joel Keehn, Cordell Stahl, Theresa Fall, Renee Falanga-Brenner, Paul Carroll, Mariann Sennett, Eleanor Wolfe, Matthew Flusser, Robin Hayes, Lisa Munzer, Bill Munzer