Someone should tell what’s happening

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By Ralph Damiani

Tuesday night the school board was taken through the steps of the Trinity Place partnership between the school district and the county.

Fair enough.

Superintendent Mary McLeod and board member Joan Ahlers presented a slide show.

Sounds good.

Then Ahlers told the board that all the information presented is subject to change.

What? It is here that we become lost.

The vote on this project was, what, two years ago? The county is well along the way in building up the Airport Basin site in preparation of moving out of the Trinity Drive location.

But the information the district has from the county on the project is subject to change?

What in the world is going on?

We have asked county officials about the development and all we are told is that negotiations with Boyer are on-going.

Still? Really? We thought that the election had settled this and all that was left was to sign the papers. That is what we were told.

Yet more than two years later, the only answer we can get from the county is they are still talking. Talking about what?

Come on!

Ahlers even went on the say that she was “presenting what the documents reflect presently. We are still working diligently with the county.”

Still working? Sorry, we are lost here.

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