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My husband and I came to Los Alamos over 36 years ago. One of the reasons we chose to come here was the outstanding reputation of the Los Alamos School system. Since then we have raised three children, who all attended and graduated from Los Alamos Public Schools and I had the privilege of serving for twelve years on the School Board. We are now empty nesters who continue to support the schools and advocate for children.
I want to encourage the community to vote “yes” in the schools’ bond election this month. All of you who live in older homes know how much more work and expense is required to maintain them than a newer house. I know that in our household we now spend much more per year on repairs and maintenance on our home than we did 30 years ago when it was new.
The same is true for our schools. The older they are, not only do the facilities become more out of date, but more and more maintenance expense is required to keep the buildings livable for our students and staff.
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