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Willingness to listen should be a welcome attribute

July 3, 2013

To the editor: A recent letter to the editor in another paper described my intentions as an elected School Board member to be “clever” and “funny, ”and questioned my qualifications to serve on the......

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Jul-08-13 5:59 PM

Schools are still dead in the water on issues like neighborhood schools districts. School choice requiring 10 buses per school, drivers for all those buses. Over $10 million in fuel not considering tires, insurance, maintenance, etc. A lot of money for support that could be used to cut debt, administration, and put more in the classroom. Oh well.

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Jul-05-13 8:23 PM

Don Armstrong took the place of Steve Teuber. He was educated but dishonest and extremely abusive. Would we rather have him back or are we better of with Don Armstrong?

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Jul-05-13 8:17 AM

My problem with you and the reason I regret voting for you and would never do that again is that you speak without thinking, Not having a formal education is not a sin, but, sitting on a board of this importance at least we deserve someone who presents a professional presence and not as a buffoon. More are laughing at you than with you. You gave it a try, now go try something else.

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Jul-04-13 7:32 AM

I agree, there are many who are "educated" who lack the commonsense of a rock. While there are many who are not formerly "educated" who are streetwise and sharp. I'll take the latter any day of the week.

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