Measure by measure, we are seeing emotion blind a minority's commentary and blindly provide truth in its most unsubstantiated definition. After all, truth is commonly-held opinion mutually rationalized as fact. In Measure C commentary, reality addressed intelligently, for and against, is simply overloaded with such ill-defined truth.
Voters, for the most part, have voted or decided their vote, so we only need to ask how they made their decisions and ask for commentary on how they really feel about Measure C. If voters are against, how do they want the available funds spent and where do they want cuts in operations and education. If voters are for, how are they going to make sure their parcel tax dollars actually achieve the promised operations and education.
Let's talk about how SRVUSD will move forward with the moneys they are provided and what each of us district owners are going to do to make it happen.
Or is it foolish to ask?
Hal, as Halamo
Alamo Towne Fool
@ODDs, a Saloon for Fools
The Hotel Snaysmuth
Uptown in lovely downtown Danville
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