'Please vote yes for the Tuxedo School Budget'


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I am aware we are all entitled to our own opinions, views and choices in life.

When it comes to our children as well as our community what do you feel is most important?

Is it a community without a school district destined for destruction or a community with a school district destined for sustainability?

Many care about the fate of our students, school and community as voices have been heard.

Most understand the ramifications as well as the financial loss which could be presented to our community without the support of our voters.

Where will our children be as they have experienced loss already?

Have they not suffered enough?

What would our town be like without a school?

Imagine the increase in taxes without a district and lack of support from our voters.

Do many of you realize the financial burden we will be facing due to an increase in taxes as well as loss of property value if our children are placed in another district, just to support tuition?

I am not stating this will happen but it could.

Losing more employees in the district would only increase the trauma already endured.

The loss of modified sports would impact our children even more.

Closing one building would be devastating for many to witness.

This could be presented if the budget is not passed.

Granted we all have choices as to where to send our children for their education which is fine.

All I am asking is for the Tuxedo residents to get out and please vote "yes" on May 19.

Thank you for your time and support.

Bonnie LaBar

Tuxedo




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