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While we think there are serious questions remaining, we applaud the county for its continuing efforts to make the Trinity Place happen.
If the project really gets going to the level the county believes it will, surely all of us will be winners.
In these tough economic times, to accomplish such a feat would be a real achievement.
Agree or disagree, the work and perseverance put into the plan by county officials should only bring acknowledgement for a some hard work.
One of our blessings has always been a good, concerned school board. The new one we have is no different.
We think that the selection of Joan Ahlers as president was a smart move.
One of the key issues facing the board is the Trinity Project agreement and its completion with the county. No one is more familiar with this process than Ahlers and her participation in it is key.
Clearly, she has brought a level of competance and experience to the board that has been extremely helpful.
She should continue in her efforts for the schools and all of us.
Dropping provision positive
The Senate’s passage of the campaign reform law without sunset provisions is a very good thing.
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