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State senator, school officials meet

October 19, 2013

LISBON — Superintendents and treasurers from several of Columbiana County’s school districts met with state Sen....

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swager

Oct-19-13 3:53 PM

More diversions. Why doesn't he say that the law will be followed and property owners will be taxed once like everyone else. He won't because all parties will never give up the money they take even if the courts say it is unconstitutional. They make up things like they actually are representing someone and are concerned. True con artists are what we supposedly have governing us. It's a one party system with two letters after their name.

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WatchDog

Oct-19-13 12:22 PM

You know what Senator? Here's a deal for you. You go tell your beloved Obama who just cost me an extra 1,900.00 a year out of my little bitty 30,000 annual wages, to kill Obamacare and you pledge to put a pay freeze for 5 years on any school employee that makes more than 60,000 dollars a year. I will pledge to have my property taxes raised by 50.00 a year. Then you take and have your own salary reduced by 25,000 a year to go directly to the schools budget. Deal?

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WatchDog

Oct-19-13 12:15 PM

Clap, Clap, Clap, that had to be the best pity party to date!! Those three pictured in this news article make more a year than those 15 combined peasants that showed up!

And that had to be a real ego bruiser for the Senator. Seriously, did you think that your royal presence would flood in the masses to a standing room only! People don't show up because they are FED UP WITH SMOKE BLOWING.

Out of that 142 million dollar overspending dynasty that is out of control, 104 million of that money is nothing but wages and benefit packages. The people are fed up with funding your POCKETS!

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ladybug

Oct-19-13 8:41 AM

So if my costs keep rising .I'm sure the costs to run the education keeps going up.

Maybe we could ask them to work for nothing ?

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ladybug

Oct-19-13 8:33 AM

Kind of hard to do when the state and fed,gov. keep cutting funds.

Costs keep rising just like everyday life,

Every time I buy groceries the prices keep going up

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Gemini

Oct-19-13 7:49 AM

"general fund revenue for all the districts combined last year was nearly $142 million. However, their expenditures in the general funds were well over $144 million."

Trying living within your means.

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