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Tuition plan brings results

May 7, 2013

Ripley school district taxpayers are already reaping the rewards of a plan to tuition students in grades seven to 12 to Chautauqua Lak....

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May-08-13 7:29 AM


Just to bring you upto date, it appears that Dc has some sort of stalkerlike fixation on the Observer and it's owner and he will twist himself into a knot to find some way to bash them on every story, even when he agrees with what they are saying.

It's sort of pathetic actually, but there you have it.

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May-07-13 2:39 PM

And curious what "Uncle Sugar Daddy" has to do with the article? Google didn't show me anything...

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May-07-13 2:37 PM

Observer reported Westfield @ 2.17% increase. Gowanda 3% increase. Sherman 4% increase.

So in Ripley, lower taxes for taxpayers and increased options for students, sounds like a win to me.

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May-07-13 2:32 PM

Did he dump you, or not even look at you or something? I mean you don't normally seen your level of fixation on a person/company short of a fatal attration type deal.

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May-07-13 12:14 PM

So, lowering a tax levy on a ghost town is a win? Is this what Uncle WVa Sugar Daddy says about all those closed down mining town schools, while he sends his kids off to a private prep school??

seriously, check out Uncle Sugar Daddy online -- the guy is on the board of directors on one of WVa's most prestigious prep schools...)

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May-07-13 8:55 AM

Weather this is working or not absolutely cannot be known at this time. Stop blowing smoke. Get real.

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May-07-13 7:54 AM

Any chance we could get the Observer to actually do some reporting on details about this, and other school budgets?

In this case, total students, total being tuitioned, total cost of tuitioning, etc....

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