Our readers broke records yesterday for visitors and views; 822 and 1392 respectively. Thank you for your interst and input into the discussion – children and communities are better for your participation. We first published this outline from the State DOE on the School Building Closure process on Oct. 31, but it provides answers to your many questions. I am awaiting an update from the State on action from RSU 50 if any….
Timbered Classrooms strives to bring readers all of the information to which they are entitled; we firmly believe, that means “ALL of it”. …an ambitious goal, to be sure, of which we, unfortunately fall short. In pursuit of it, though, we offer the Maine Statute on the Procedure for Closing Schools.
Last week, the State confirmed, that, as yet, no action had been taken, “even informally” on #3. As for #2, a Board member is quoted as quipping, “It would be so much easier if we could just get a building condemned” over the horrified “SSSssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhh!’s” of her colleagues….. We know all buildings are in dire need of attention and our readers have come forward with concerns that this avenue may currently be under consideration. (See comments under “The Hobbit Effect”)
The article (bottom of page) that would be put before voters would include an estimate of the cost to keep…
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