On the taxpayers’ backs
Jack Boroski is the president of Hall High School Board, and I don’t feel it is lawful that any board member should try to influence people to their side of the story — that a “yes” vote in the upcoming election will ensure the students of the best possible education. A board member’s first responsibility is to the taxpayer, not his own personal prejudice.
We had these same arguments in 1999 when the school faced the decision to bring it up to code, which it did. There were two pages of the renovation project highlights. The projects involved were more than considerable, and if I were to name them, it would take much of two pages 8-by-11 sheets to cover what was accomplished.
Mr. Boroski should say we did much of what was done in 1999, way back in 1991 when money was spent to bring the school up to code then too.
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