Saturday, October 8, 2016
ULTIMATELY, IT'S NOT THE WHERE BUT THE HOW (MUCH) THAT IS THE PROBLEM
In the end it is not where they put the school but this that will ultimately kill the project"
If approved by the MSBA and taxpayers, it would add $163 annually to the real estate tax bill for 25 years.
While that statement is not exactly factually true because the voters would have to approve whatever financing package first. The MSBA does not have the authority to levy taxes.
The fact of the matter is if you want new schools be prepared to pay. The numbers they've been crunching makes this particular site the cheapest if you trust the math. Me, I'm a poetry guy.