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School Board Work Session Agenda - Event Date: Dec 01 2015

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    Posted: Nov 30 2015 at 3:02pm


1.  Holly Cahall – Review of property taxes, mills, and TIF  

2.  Katie Kleinfelder with RBC Capital Markets – Discussion of Bond Payment Schedule and impact on taxpayer

3.  Michael Stein with the County Auditor- Discussion surrounding establishing mills for each of Monroe’s voted levies

4.  Holly Cahall - Discussion of current Emergency Levy and scenarios for renewal or replacement


Monroe Local School District

Board of Education

Work Session 6:30

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Monroe Elementary Cafeteria, 230 Yankee Road, Monroe, Ohio

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MElass Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 30 2015 at 4:22pm
Looks like every issue for discussion has something to do with getting more money from the taxpayers. Do they discuss (non-monetary) EDUCATIONAL issues?
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Well this happens to be a finance oriented work session. Regular board meeting cover a wide spectrum of issues.
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This has nothing to do with education. Please.
There is not time for such a trivial matter!!!!
We must now discuss getting a new school built!!!!
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I heard that the school board may be considering taking in Syrian refugees in order to get funds for building a new school.
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Originally posted by Max HC Max HC wrote:

I heard that the school board may be considering taking in Syrian refugees in order to get funds for building a new school.


If true, they had better take a look at Wednesday Enquirer front page article about Mason schools. Their budget is in trouble due to an influx of Arabic speaking students.

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Originally posted by MElass MElass wrote:

Originally posted by Max HC Max HC wrote:

I heard that the school board may be considering taking in Syrian refugees in order to get funds for building a new school.


If true, they had better take a look at Wednesday Enquirer front page article about Mason schools. Their budget is in trouble due to an influx of Arabic speaking students.



It's not true.
The term is Satire.
I refer you to an author named Samuel Clemens.

And by the way, Mason's 'influx' of Arabic speaking students is due to the white collar companies which lie within and near Masons borders.
Read: NOT REFUGEES
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Have you had a conversation with Max HC in which he indicated he was speaking satirically, or are you assuming it was satire? I certainly can believe it was satire, but it seems it would be Max's place to say so.

Actually, according to the Enquire article, that influx of Arabic-speaking students is due to a Cincinnati Children's Hospital program that encourages/seeks children from the Middle East to come here for treatment.
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You are correct I should not have spoken for him.

I apologize.

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I appreciate that! Thanks for your integrity.
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