The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel rejects a call for higher taxes
It might be time for residents of the Racine Unified School District to send their school officials a message that they aren’t happy with the progress the district has not been making in recent years and the constant requests the district has been making for more money from taxpayers. They can do this by voting “no” on Tuesday’s one-year, $6.45 million spending referendum.
Do you think they’re trying reverse psychology in order for this referendum to pass? Or is it because the Racine Unified School District isn’t planning on building a train to take the kiddies to school every day?