March 11, 2015
The voters said they don’t want to wait 3 ½ years for solutions to the districts over crowding and have their taxes raised. Of the approximately 22000 registered voters in District 93, only 4829 voted for this plan, or less than 23% of all registered voters.
It should be appalling to voters that District 93 is so brazen in assuming that since they barely lost they should just put their heads down, not realize that 77% of all registered voters did NOT vote for this tax increase, and forge ahead again. If you haven’t heard, the district announced this morning that they want to try the same bond that just was defeated. And they plan on doing it at the next election cycle, which will be May 19, 2015. No changes. No listening to the 77% of “non-yes” voters. Head down, march ahead. All while taking time and resources and attention away from what they were hired to do- teach our children.
What are voters saying?
We call on voters to come in out in May 19th and say no. Three strikes and you’re out. Give us a better solution, one that solves issues now, without raising taxes now and into the future. There are 3 main plans that can do it (see www.votenod93bond.com for more info).