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It is inconceivable that the Louisa County Board of Supervisors plans to spend more than $18 million for water and sewer for the Shannon Hill Industrial Park while Jouett Elementary trailer classrooms have no toilets.
My son will be attending fifth grade at Jouett Elementary next year in substandard trailers with no restrooms while the supervisors waste our tax money on sewerage for prospective companies at Shannon Hill Industrial Park.
Monies planned for our public schools seem to never make it to the final budget approved by the board of supervisors. They always have some ill-conceived projects that divert money from our public schools and our children’s education.
When will parents and grandparents in the county regain control over the way our local tax money is being spent? The answer depends upon YOU and me!
Editor’s Note: This has been re-posted with the author’s permission, and originally appeared in the March 28th edition of the Central Virginian.
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