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September 28, 2022



You did a decent job of exposing the problems with the idiotic idea, but you missed the biggest one. Once the teachers' union gets a foothold in the shelter business there is no telling where this will go. Don't underestimate the ability of a novice superintendent (or a compromised superintendent) or a board to eff this up. There's a guy in town who can elaborate on this.


Any Teacher, Cop, EMT, etc. that is able to get subsidized housing should be required to use the savings to repay their School Loans.

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