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Thanks, Tracy. That building has been a victim of benign neglect in order to give the school board an excuse to vacate it.
Research has shown that Pre-K education helps children do better in school. Pre-K education is a sound investment; $92 million for a poorly located high school is not.
That the city attorney was complicit in all of this is patently obvious. When will council have the courage to do what's right for the city and get rid of the white-washers?
Your courage is beyond belief. Thank you, Matt, Leighton and Nick. Godspeed for your safe return.
The city attorney and the "interim" police chief.
"Two community members Monday shared concerns with the board about the future of the Seventh Street site from a historical preservation standpoint, but no community members spoke out against the proposed bond." The Seventh Street site has been the victim of benign neglect for decades, and yet it's been used by the school administration, a preschool and the Yampa Valley High School, among other uses. During the construction of the new Soda Creek School its fields were used for modular classrooms. PLEASE do not support the sale or demolition of this historic building. It remains useful to the S.S. school system and the community.
Thank you, Laura. I would add that any adult, Christian or other faith, needs to remember that actions speak louder than words. Children learn from what they see much more readily than from what they're told.
Eric - I totally agree with you. I'm still waiting for the revelations in Kleiber's letter to be addressed by council, including the city attorney's performance (or lack thereof).
Someone who has a protected lion driven from his sanctuary in order to kill him is worse than a poacher. The criticism is not aimed at legitimate hunters, such as Ken and Tom, but at people who needlessly and illegally kill endangered animals.
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