Expensive schools not necessary
To the editor:
It’s not a big fancy 47 million taxpayers dollar building that makes a good place to educate our children. It’s well paid good teachers and children willing to learn.
Many of you who are reading this letter to the editor were educated in a one room school house first to 8th grade. It was our values and work ethic that made this great country what it is today! We did not need a 47 million dollar building to be educated in!
In the past 41 years New Ulm has not grown population or good job wise. It’s more a retirement town.
This tax referendum that is being prpposed by #88 places a heavy burden on most families in #88 who are property owners especially small business and farmers.
776 homes in Brown County are on food stamps/1,870 are on welfare (public assistance).
Tax payer (voters) please do your homework before you vote Aug. 12, 2014.