Tonawanda News — The TCSD want to increase our taxes. I’m on a fixed income and taxed enough. The school board and school board president support this but aren’t thinking about the little guys. It’s about time you started thinking about us.
Now that the snow has melted, let’s see if the NT DPW goes around town to survey the lawn damage done with the snow plows. Will the superintendent voluntarily take care of it without taxpayers asking for property repair? I can’t believe how they tore up the lawns with and without curbs like on my street. Don’t the plow drivers practice to get a feel how far away to stay? The plow drivers need to be held accountable.
I see the state legislature and governor have given more aid to education. Here in NT, I’m assuming most of that will go to the teachers who are interested in the new contract. Please, board of education, put the money into the children and not into the educator’s pocket.
Totally agree with Barbara Tucker’s column regarding the weathermen. My gosh, that’s all you heard when we had a little bad weather. Couldn’t get away from it. However, the advice she gave I thought was great. It doesn’t do any good to write letters, complain in Sound Off, write a note or an email to the managers or the advertisers. I would like Barbara Tucker to give the same logical advice to the people who keep complaining about the closing of St. Francis School in Tonawanda. The idea that you can write to the editorial, local newspaper, call in anonymously to Sound Off and complain that your school is closing. I totally sympathize and empathize with the parents. Airing you’re dirty linen does no good. Write to the diocese.