THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2023
TRUMP’S EIGHT-HUNDRED-AND-TWENTIETH DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND TODAY THERE ARE NOW ONLY SIX MORE DUMBING-DOWN DAYS TILL DUMBED-DOWN VOTERS’ DAY
There Are A Number Of Arguments Against The Forest Hills School District Levy.
One Argument Is That The Levy Is Too Expensive. The levy would supposedly cost homeowners an additional $20.13 per month for a home mythically valued at $100,000. Even that would be a significant increase for many homeowners.
Another Argument Against The Levy Is That The District Has Not Been Fiscally Responsible. In recent years, the district has spent more money than it has taken in. This has led to a budget deficit. The district is asking for this levy to help close this deficit. However, some people believe that the district must learn to be more careful with its spending in the first place.
Finally, Some Informed People Believe That The District Does Not Need The Levy. The district has a large fund balance, which is money that is set aside for future expenses. Some people believe that the district should use this fund balance to cover its costs, rather than asking for a new levy on May 2.
Ultimately, the decision of whether or not to vote for this Forest Hills Ohio School Levy will be up to each individual voter. There are a number of factors to consider, including the cost of the levy, the district’s financial situation, and the district’s need to change its spending habits.
Maybe If Voters Reject This Very Large Tax Levy, The Forest Hills School Board Will Approve A Plan That Really Works.
Remember, There’s Always Time To Do Something Right The Second Time
We Suggest A Do-Over