Why doesn't Columbia do this?
A judge in Harrisburg has approved a petition signed by more than half of Highspire residents who want to switch school districts. "We got over 55 percent of the taxpayers to sign a petition requesting that this matter go to the Department of Education, and that they review it based on educational merit," said the Highspire Education Coalition's lawyer David Deluce.
You start it, we'll sign it!
At this point there's no way Cola school officials can save the school. Theres not enough rainy day funds to pay the bills in next years budget. They have to come up with even more money this coming year to contribute to the pension fund. They couldnt make the budget work with the highest tax increase in the county. They still had to pull over half there reserves.Would deffinitely be better for Cola taxpayers to have the state take over the school. Than the hard decisions would be made that our current leaders can't make.
The mayor is always looking to get attention, here's something that will get you attention & a lot of support from the majority of Cola citizens. If you would get out in your community & get petitions signed, this would truly help turn your town around. This school tax is the biggest reason we can't get Cola turned around. Do the hard & right thing for your town mayor. There will be plenty of volunteers to get those signatures for you.
I'm not sure that we have enough political clout to get a judge to make that decision.
I do!!!! Its time right now, lets geter done!
Amen to all previous comments. Are you listening Tom Strickler?????????
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