We don't know what Rep. Mahoney has been reading to claim "there will be a better way to save 15%."
15% of what, for one thing. 15% of an individual's property tax bill? 15% of the entire budget of the combined
budgets of the consolidated school districts? 15% of one school district's budget (while the other budgets remain the
What is the study of the consolidation of the Administrations of six area school districts for but to study the Administrations
of six area school districts.
If NO savings are shown there what will be the "better way to save money?"
Where is the study that shows a "better way to save money" is by consolidating several school districts into one countywide
school district to amount to savings of 15% - of something?
Is it possible the 15% savings would come from consolidating vendor services for soft drinks and bottled water usually
available in high schools?
We don't know because Rep. Mahoney does not cite the specific study which already says 15% somewhere will be saved by
We're not even sure the 15% savings somewhere would be applicable to formally consolidating school districts as we questioned
Pooling vendors ah wait just a minute - anybody who is now thinking ahead and intends to offer themselves up as a candidate
for an open slot as director of the new countywide school district related to any owners of vending machine companies?