School superintendent: Many of our schools are at capacity
Original post made on Oct 1, 2013
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on Oct 1, 2013 at 8:33 pm
Wonderful community, safe cities, diverse population and excellent work/life balance make this area a great magnet for families. Love it here!
on Oct 2, 2013 at 6:46 am
Sounds like this article should add pause for concern. If we're adding 740 more residences and our current schools are at capacity... Can you guess what's going to happen next?...
BTW - What is this state law that blocks California cities from considering if there's enough capacity in the school district? Seems like a logical step in consideration of adding more homes. Wasn't that also the point of Mello Roos taxes?!
This sounds a lot like another California law I've only recently been made aware of - flat rate sale of real estate in California is ILLEGAL. It's the LAW to take a percentage of every real estate sale... nice, huh?! Obviously funded by special interests (realtors and brokers). Just thought you should know... These politicians obviously put the community first as you can tell by their laws and impositions on citizens as they line their pockets with special interests funds.
Good luck, kiddos! Just remember, the government is here to help... You believe me, right?
on Oct 2, 2013 at 10:11 am
Yes, Danville approved the SummerHill project for the Diablo/Blackhawk Road area without a care for the overcrowded schools in the project's attendance area: Green Valley Elementary, Los Cerros Middle, and Monte Vista. Kids here already are being diverted to Montair and other far-flung schools. Yes, developers win and the people (including the residents of the new houses) lose big-time. All in a days' work for Danville's Town Council, Mayor Newell Arnerich, Robert Storer, Karen Stepper, Mike Doyle, and Renee Morgan.
Next time, vote for better candidates.