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8:05 am on Saturday, June 16, 2012
No matter what she said, as long as it was not vulgar or demeaning, she should be allowed to speak for her mind. The only ones who should be allowed to quiet her voice is her constituency at election time, not the opposing party because they don't like what she said. This also goes for anyone who represents us.
10:40 am on Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Is this another spin doctor trick by the Snyder administration? I like the idea of a part time legislature. Anybody else?
9:33 am on Thursday, March 29, 2012
I live in the Hartland school district and I am at the High School at least four times a week. I did not know that this facility was available for public use. As it is the taxpayer who ultimately pays for the School System and all their equipment, WE should have access to it! The buildings and equipment should be clean and properly maintained for both student and taxpayer use. If properly managed this has the potential to be a PROFIT CENTER for the School District. The School District should make every effort to inform the public of this resource. Now the School Administrators, Teachers and Employees WORK for us the taxpayer! If they are not doing their jobs then they should be removed as quickly as possible.
8:39 am on Wednesday, March 28, 2012
My Kids go to Hartland Schools; I live in Brighton Twsp; I have a Milford mailing and phone. I do not get the Community news and had no idea that this resource was available. This resource and potential profit center needs better advertising, especially if any taxpayer dollars are being used.
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