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Salem school district voters asked to renew improvement levy

April 29, 2013

SALEM — Salem school district voters being asked to renew a 2-mill permanent improvement levy need only look to the school rooftops, parking lots, buses and classrooms to see where their money goes....

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May-04-13 3:28 AM

Don't even get me started!

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Apr-30-13 7:33 AM

If you look back through articles on here, the info is there. School board felt the wall had become unsafe to wait for the fundraising to reach their unrealistic goal. So, once the revitalization people severely downscaled the project back to reality the school redid the wall itself for the sake of safety, while they are still fundraising to decorate it with the replica booth, pavers, etc.

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Apr-29-13 8:42 PM

ksbug,you have a good point.something isn't quite right with the story of who paid for the fence

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Apr-29-13 10:44 AM

I don't always see all the articles in the paper online. Did I miss something? I thought the Reilly wall was being paid for by the Revitalization committtee's fund raising. Two and a half yrs ago the Board said they would not spend the money on the type of wall being proposed. The chain link fence was good enough for them. Now a picture is posted in the paper of the beautiful replacement for that ugly fence and the Board is claiming they paid for it??

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