My Views on Question 1
- Voting YES is a no brainer, it just extends the existing locally supplied operating funds.
- Without it, our district would need to make extremely painful cuts in 2 years. This would be really bad for our community.
- Anyone who maintains their own home network and computers understands that it is not cheap or easy in this ever changing world.
- In the old days, a school system did not need routers, servers, hubs, antennas, security, computers, etc to be a premier school. It is not the old days...
- If you want our community to compete with Wayzata, Minnetonka, Hopkins, etc for excellent citizens, and if you want them to be willing to pay good money for your home at some point, our schools need to be technologically equal or better than them.
- So a YES vote is a vote to maintain your community and home value, a NO vote is vote to give up and let your neighborhood degrade and your home value drop.
- I guess Voting YES is a no brainer in this case also.
To say... "They are spending too much" is to deny the simple reality that this is a contest and the communities with the best schools / communities win. Smart responsible parents/citizens simply will not move to and invest in a community where the current citizens are unwilling to do the same!!! Would you?