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School board keeps referendum door open

July 23, 2013

MARSHALL — In the next 30 days, some pretty big decisions will be made in the district regarding interest and intent to proceed with a voter-approved referendum this fall, Superintendent Klint......

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Jul-27-13 8:29 AM

I do agree with both of you, however this story simply says that the board will keep this option available, depending on what legislation is passed. As long as we need to replace the board and super (completely agree), let's keep going up through state and federal leaders. Our entire country is in shambles and it is NOT the fault of one individual as the village idiots on this comment board would like everyone to believe.

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Jul-26-13 4:31 PM

I have to agree with ugot2bkiddin First it was reported the school was in the red, then there was a surplus, now more money needed. Willert flips and flops like a fish out of water. Very unimpressed. Same with his decisions on positions on his adm team, approving leaves for teachers, technology, and etc. We need a new board and a new sup!

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Jul-23-13 4:44 AM

Seriously Mr. Willert, How much money will satisfy you? I'm all for the children as well, have two in school right now, but every other year you are asking for more and more money. So please tell me, How much will it take before you stop asking for more?

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