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Superintendents, legislators meet about school funding concerns

February 23, 2013

A group of school district administrators from around the region met Friday to compare notes on the new funding formula proposed by Ohio Gov. John Kasich and share their concerns with lawmakers....

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thegreek

Feb-24-13 8:48 PM

Irisheyes, you are obviously on the recieving end of Workingstiff and my income tax money or you would be upset too.!!

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MrPeabody

Feb-24-13 7:54 AM

It is by state law unconstitutional for schools to collect property taxes to fund schools. So why are Schools still aloud to put a levy on a ballot to do so . Someone needs to enforce that law and stop making tax payers pull up the slack of schools waste of money because of their out of control spending .

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irisheyes

Feb-24-13 12:07 AM

Sorry stiff, but barack obama is going to be ur president for 4 more years, and ur goina love it!

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irisheyes

Feb-23-13 6:53 PM

Stiff, ur really out there with rush, sean, neil, alex jones, wayne lapierre, and that other friutcake who took over for boortz!

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scout82

Feb-23-13 2:23 PM

I am glad to see there is finally something being done about the school funding issue. Of course it is not going to be perfect at first, but it HAS to be better than what has been going on... there will be complaints from districts losing money, of course, and there are other factors, such as land coverage of the rural districts that add to transportation costs. Finally, at least something is being done and there is open dialogue going on about the issue between districts and the state.

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mattelliott

Feb-23-13 6:43 AM

Don't worry about it guys & gals, BOOM times are coming to Washington County. Don't believe it? Check out the headline in todays Times. Soon everyone will be rich!!

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