Workin' On A Building
Jefferson Countians deserve value for their education dollar:
As has been written in this space before, no one who has seen the state of affairs in Jefferson County schools-especially at the high school-believes that we can go on without anything being done to improve school structures. However, because that money is coming from the budget of a county that is already cash-strapped and will, as a result of bonds to fund school building projects, go deeper into debt, it is right that the county and the school board need to work together and determine what the most important building project is and fund that one first, funding the additional projects on a pay-as-you-go basis.
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