Friday, October 10, 2008


"Maybe the market will boomerang, and we'll have smiles on our faces," Gill said.

(Rosa Gill - Chair of the Wake County School Board)

If not, I guess it's no big deal. You, the WakeEd Partnership and the Raleigh "support business" Chamber can tax property at 67%.

This is demonstrative of the ongoing cavalier/non-serious approach school bureaucrats have had with finances.

They would never think of taking a hard look at busing policies, potential fraud in school lunch programs, or more economical ways of building schools.

Just recently, Betty Parker, with the Wake County School System, would have cost taxpayers over $400,000 if Wake Commissioners had not initially rejected the land purchase.

Of course, its just $400,000.