Original post made
on May 1, 2009
In e-exchanges in the Iron Horse corridor neighborhoods, I was surprised how a majority does not know Michael James Arata and the small SRVUSD opposition known as COUNT from many years. "Hal, this Mike is not asking the right questions or focusing on the right results," said many in e-exchange, "it isn't the amount of money received, but what needs to be done with those funds."
In-depth analysis of the SRVUSD budget information on their website has been summarized as a sources and uses of funds statement illustrating just how our parcel taxes serve students. Thousands of neighbors in e-exchanges would welcome further commentary on needed funds usages in education, operations and facilities by Mike and others. Among this large number of district voters in neighborhoods, the deciding factor in voting was and is the needed usage of funds and not the history of COUNT actions and per student state funding.
Let's continue the dialog,
Hal, as a community courtesy