Saturday, March 21, 2015

$4.6M; there is another way

The leadership of the APS would like to save $4.6M by turning the entire high school population out on the streets every Thursday afternoon.

I see unexpected consequences due to the incompetence of whomever could not expect that tens of thousands of teenagers driving around isn't going to cause foreseeable problems.

There is another way to come up with that amount of money or more.

When taxpayers bought apartments in the sky for the leadership of the APS, it was with an expressed commitment of the leadership of the APS, link, to rent out one of the buildings to pay for the other.

Brad Winter still won't tell the truth about spending here, link.

It's not too late.

photo Mark Bralley

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