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old as dirt  
Wilson Co.  
July 14, 2011 1:19pm
 
Alvin, you worry me. Why are you going after the supt so hard. Neither you nor I know what he is going to do. Why do you have it in for a new supt that has yet to serve his first day on the job. Have you ever thought about the fact that Millsap might have had old buildings that needed to replaced? That is not the case with FISD, although as we grow, new bond issues will be needed to build facilities to handle the growth.

Financially, a good many districts, like Millsap, are in trouble in Texas because our idiot Gov pushed through a cap on property taxes, and did not listen to his State Comptroller when she told him that the business tax he wanted to replace the property taxes with would not be enough. Even in 2006, she predicted the financial mess we find Texas in right now. So, if Millsap rally is struggling with adequate dollars, there are about 999 more districts in the same boat.
     
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