is it not the job of the members of the Board of Education to raise such questions and have the meeting with the Superintendent?
If the County Commission has an issue or concern, it would seem the proper action would be to take those concerns to the Board of Education. After all, overseeing the quality of education is what they are elected to do.
As another poster noted, where is the funding to come from to allow these salary increases?
Every county in the state is facing the same challenge.
How challenging would the statewide solution be if the state was not sending $147 MILLION to DC, annually, to repay all of the borrowing which the former 2 Governors approved to keep give away programs like Medicaid afloat.
Well, now the bills are due.
Mr. Tate, use your crystal ball and magic wand to create that extra money. Heck, yesterday was St. Paddy's Day, you could have been out looking for leprechauns and a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.
Better yet, take a course or 2 in basic business math and fiscal responsibility.
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