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Grant To Fund JMHS Upgrades

March 14, 2013

The 44-year-old John Marshall High School building will undergo $16 million in renovations over the next few years after a $7 million grant from the West Virginia School Building Authority was......

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mc2011

Mar-14-13 4:52 PM

That is why people should read the levy before voting. It was listed at the bottom of the ballot they could use for upgrades to JM. Also that any monies not allocated for what was called for in the levy could be used as the administration and BOE see fit to use it for.

20 to 1 the JM project comes in way over budget and way past due.

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dyingov

Mar-14-13 4:51 PM

Dear Sheeple:

The district's portion of the funds will be taken from the recently passed excess levy, which asked county taxpayers for an additional $16 million in funding.

"The only reason we were able to secure this money was because our voters supported the renewal of our levy and chose to continue to invest in making our schools healthy and safe,"

Regards,

Fast Freddie

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dyingov

Mar-14-13 4:49 PM

Levy and Bond issues are not one in the same....the people have been tricked again!

WV Law-"The governing body may call for an election to provide for excess levies for continuing operating expenses or bond issues for facility improvements."

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