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I agree with Terry Partin on the school tax.
I am willing to pay my part also.
I usually am not for a tax increase but I know that we need a new school to replace Col. William Casey and apparently this is the only way to get it done.
It is a very outdated school and in poor condition. I went to school there and I know that was a long time ago.
If the taxes will be used to construct a new school then I think that it needs to be done so that the children can enjoy an up to date school with all of today's technology that is needed to educate children today.
I don't have a child or grandchild that this will benefit but I still think it is important for all the children of Adair Co. -Diane Benningfield
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