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School merger plan earns poor marks from some

October 18, 2013

NORTHVILLE — Residents of the Northville Central School District expressed concerns over the proposed merger with the Mayfield Central School District at Thursday’s informational meeting....

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Oct-18-13 11:58 AM

To what cost to the taxpayers do we try to insure the best possible education for kids and grand-kids.

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Oct-18-13 12:32 PM

Just when you think you have seen everything.. I saw a bunch of Republican men sitting around bemoaning the fact that the taxes in Northville were two LOW to make it easy to merge with Mayfield.

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Oct-18-13 1:28 PM

I guess the men were thinking why would anyone vote to increase their taxes. Only thirty people interested in what is happening with the merger?

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Oct-18-13 3:15 PM

A relative who attended the meeting said it was depressing to see the low #'s at this meeting. He said it was even more depressing to hear the huge difference in tax rates, and how more than half of the aid must go toward stabilizing those rates.

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Oct-18-13 10:23 PM

It is worthwhile to remember that there have been quite a few previous public information meetings in Northville. While there were only 30 people at this one, the others were very well attended. I would suspect that most folks who have been at a previous meeting would not feel the need to attend another when the proposal is pretty much unchanged.

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Oct-19-13 9:44 AM

good point Steve...although I heard there were some changes/updates made, not sure if they were "better"..

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Oct-19-13 12:29 PM

I don't hold out much hope for this passing they only gained 50 votes on the second vote and it should still go down by 100 if everybody votes. The topic that was brought up numerous times at the meeting is how do we make this go away? If we vote no again is that the end of it. People are definitely sick of this.

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