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Gowanda Board of Education discusses grant

December 30, 2013

GOWANDA — Since a tied vote at a previous Gowanda Board of Education meeting, the Safe Routes to School grant has not seen any actio....

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Dec-30-13 10:25 PM

If it wasn't for grants, state jobs and sub shops, Gowanda would have been history (30) years ago.

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Dec-30-13 10:28 AM

Not only do I agree with Christopher 1,000% but in all the discussions that have taken place I have failed to see where the $150,000.00 in administration fee comes into place? They have really cooked up some clever ways to hide the facts on where these monies are going. Of course Mike H. is promoting this project, he is a paid village consultant, and when he is involved in this or any other project for the village he is being paid.

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Dec-30-13 7:11 AM

Our education system's decline is directly proportional to schools being used for various kinds of social engineering and getting away from its ONLY LEGAL purpose, to educate our young! This is a classic example.

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Dec-30-13 7:09 AM

"Irene Koch, who has previously addressed the board about SRTS, urged the board of education to enter into an agreement with the village. She said if the board had concerns about the creekside path's safety, there is no way to keep students off the path currently. The grant is not about a direct route to school, she said, but an incentive to get students moving physically." My tax dollars have to be used to get Gowanda students "moving"!!? Give me a break!

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