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Support Bristol’s efforts for a new school

November 3, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: I am writing in support of the Bristol Local (Trumbull) School District’s bond issue on the Nov....

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Nov-03-13 8:47 PM

Apparently Johnathon did because he felt like he had to make an immature comment like usual.

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Nov-03-13 7:55 PM

mssmith, nobody cares where you live or how you vote. Go feed the owls.

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Nov-03-13 1:40 PM

johnathon really guess you like looking stupid because if your name is not on the list you cant vote and my name is only on one list to vote.

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Nov-03-13 1:09 PM

jhonathon i live where west farmington and southington come together get a clue i have a southington adress but live in west farmington voting district and the kids go to bristol

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Nov-03-13 9:04 AM

Where are you Msmith today, on Oct. 21 you said you would be voting in favor of the Bristol levy and yet you don't live in that district. Guess you sometimes get a little confused with your stories. How many of the levies do you plan on voting for Tues.? I guess you follow the advice of Democratic leaders, VOTE AND VOTE "OFTEN" You are definitely one mixed up lady.

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Nov-03-13 8:46 AM

Bristolville homeowners have been taxed so heavily already to pay for the "new" school they already have that it is laughable to suggest they now pay for a still newer school! Cut the fat. Get back to education and trim away all the fluff. Kids actually came out of the OLD Bristol school with a very good education and ready for college without all the nonsense now deemed necessary.

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Nov-03-13 7:00 AM

Since the Trib repeated the Oct 27 letter to editor I will repeat my response. "The Vindy said it best: "After all, all 45 public school districts in the Mahoning Valley remain hostage to an antiquated and dysfunctional system of state funding to local school systems that has been declared unconstitutional by the state’s highest court." Therein lies the problem that school supers, boards, Ohio School Board Association and the unions needs to address with Columbus and not with taxpayers. Until these groups, and the teachers who I respect for their efforts, I will Starve the Beast and hope for innovated change and legal change that is for the children and not for state and administrative greed." We don't need Columbus OSBA to write letters rather act on behalf of the school systems they represent with Columbus.

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Nov-03-13 6:30 AM

Just say NO. Who can afford this tax increase?

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