It seems strange to me and many other taxpayers of this county to see how anybody has "won" in this continuing debate about the schools of our county. Your article fails to mention that though the district plans to spend the money they don't have on a project that they have not received voter approval is not a win for anyone. Especially for those who must now bare the burden of more added taxes so that the county can retain its four schools that they do not need with the dwindling school population.
Common sense once again has been put to the back burner so that we can all have our own little world. Please note it will catch up to us very soon and then we'll be back to square one once again!