cur-mud-geon: anyone who hates hypocrisy and pretense and has the temerity to say so; anyone with the habit of pointing out unpleasant facts in an engaging and humorous manner
It may seem to be a little early to begin the discussion about the proposed elementary school that would be built if the April 1st referendum question about the $16.5 Million bond issue is approved, but we're going to do so anyway. April 1st will be here before we know it, and this is a complex issue that deserves some thought and discussion.
I note that the Board has hired the Robert W. Baird organization to assist with the dissemination of information about the referendum, but I thought it would be good to get questions from those of you who are interested regardless of your position today or on April 1st.
Bruce Warnimont, School Board member and Chair of the Building Committee, has been invited to respond to questions raised by citizens about the need for the school, the costs involved, the alternatives explored, etc. He has indicated that he would be happy to do so. Mr. Warnimont has been deeply involved in this subject, and will provide his thoughts and opinions in a forthright manner.
There are two ways for you to submit your questions for Mr. Warnimont:
You can logon below and post your question for all to see as a comment to this Blog, or
You can click on the 'email author' button at the top of this Blog and send me an e-mail with your question(s).
If you send questions by e-mail, please advise if you wish your name to not be shown as the person who posed the question. I'll do what you wish in that regard.
We'll do this for so long as there are questions remaining unanswered, and often enough that we get through the questions posed prior to the election. You're in control.