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Page 2 Wednesday, May 2, 2012 The Adams County Record F_gi00r's Hcd/0000 before voting. I don't want to pay more in taxes, but I'd like to see students leave CHS with real life skills that can only be taught in a shop environment. If you have a personal grievance with the superintendent or a school board member about prior fiscal spend- ing, then talk to that per- son! Educate yourself as to why decisions are made, it may surprise you. I know it did me. Remember, not all kids are going to go to college. Don't deny the opportu- nity for our children to learn the skills needed to succeed in today's work environment. Co-C/Ta;r,,lan, CozmcYl Shop C,:u';;on Shop Levy Sberiff Race Shop: Small cost, big benefit Dear Editor, Passing a levy to fix the Council High School shop would be very helpful for the students. I understand that people don't like higher taxes, but it is a little to pay for a big dif- ference in the education of students. We will be provided with the work skills for many jobs in today's soci- ety. Once again, I think passing a levy for the shop will help us students greatly. CV he/o Students need shop skills Dear Editor, Passing a levy to fix the Council High School shop would be helpful to teach the students about the skills that are needed to live and work, in a rural area. These skills include woodwogking and fabri- cating. With the help of the community, I think that the students of the Council School District will appreciate the chance to learn such skills. Ca,5 Broa) Cor.;l :6/;,5,6 zh/ Shop classes for hands-on Dear Editor May 15 is coming fast, and I'm excited about that date because that is the date that I hope our town can pass a levy to allow funding for a shop teacher. There are many reasons our school needs a shop class. A lot of peo- ple, including myself, are hands on learners; we love working on things, and learning how things work. I know I will need these skills in the future because there are a lot of jobs that require these skills, and if we don't get some of them in high school, there are many trade schools that won't accept us with- out any shop experience. Also, many students that struggle with academics in school excel in shop learners classes because it gives a purpose to the math and other academic work they have to do in their proj- ects. So please vote yes for the levy to fund a shop teacher. Sincerely, 2,3;11 Ca,dd  ex;zS/a/e Not all kids go to college Dear Editor, grant*money is waiting to tion beyond what the local This letter is intended" be used to connect the labor force could provide. to answer the following biomass facility to the The roof has been questions for the voters shop. All monies paid repaired and the building of the Council School from this account must be insulated. Construction District: (1) Who is approved by either myself in the classroom is next. behind the reinstatement or Justin Getusky. Supplies and materials are of the shop program? (2) After the initial meet- being staged for upcom- Why should I vote "yes" ing in February, the school ing construction phases to tax myself to help pay district was informed in anticipation of teaching for the instructor of our of our intention to pri- classes this August. students? rarely raise the needed We, (not the school Last February I asked money and complete the board) began to realize a group of local folks of work. The school has been that private funds were various backgrounds to a partner in the project, not going to be sufficient gather and hear an idea of especially serving as an to repair the building and mine. Teachers, local busi- avenue to deposit dana- provide a shop teacher. ness owners, tradesmen, tions, provide tax credit Thus the need for the levy. loggers and ranchers were letters and issue payments This was an idea brought present: I presented an for contracted work. Our into the group from a par- idea to the group to raise group established the ent, not the school board the needed funds required required "work to be done" or superintendent! Many to repair the shop build- list, checked with state questions and concerns ins. My original idea was inspectors , confirming arise with this issue. I ask modified a bit, but today code requirements, and you to accurately edu- a separate account has a began soliciting donations cote yourself on the facts balance of almost $48,000. and negotiating contracts An additional $25,000 of for phases of construc- Continued Order your stamps at the Adams County Record! Personal and Business stomps made to order, regular 5 self inhing auailable, or refurbish gour old stomps. Coil or drop bg and let us assist gou. flew stomps deliuered in as little as two dogs. Fast, afforaable qualify Zollman too close to old Dear Editor, In the recent past, I have been critical of Sheriff Green and his sec- ond in command, Major Borger. It has been called "the Reign of Fear" I am happy that we have five honest and moral candidates that have cho- sen to run for sheriff. It's about time for a change. I know all the can- didates and I am confi-. dent that most of them will bring back honesty and moral integrity to the sheriff's office. I am finding it hard to decide who I will vote for. Each candidate is well respected in our com- munity. There is only one weak candidate in the race and its only because he is an insider and has actually stated that he admires, respects and emulates Sheriff Green and his administration and so I assume he is okay with the sheriffTs credit card fraud convi, well as the recen ful terminatior plaints and even harassrrfent com[ a female employ ing Sheriff Gree defendant, in wl won a undisclos( ment! Not to the most resent able activity, mis, from the Adams Evidence Room t sold to a local gt and then possil back to county er I am speaking of c regime See EDITOR'S ] -THE ADAMS COU USPS: 005-120 Copy The Adams County Record is published weekly mu at 100 Illinois Ave., Council, Idaho 83612-000R of by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., letii Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at add :tion, as wrong- corn- sexual aint by ee nam- es the rich she d settle- nention, tuestion- ng guns County at were n dealer ly sold ployees, ourse, of Ryan Zollman. I worked with Capt. Zollman and in my opinion, he is a likable young man but I know that, like the Jail com- mander, he has never been allowed to be an effective department head because of the micro management style of the under sheriff. They could not even order toilet paper without first getting approval from the Major so how can he be expected to lead as sher- iff?. The recent letters to the editor from Sherri Caldwell and Linda Rogers Bailey reflect very accurately what is wrong with the current Administration and I thank them for their hon- esty and courage to come ([AILBOX CONTINUED, page 4 ; NTY RECORD ight 2012 fity organizations will be printed once flee harge. At our discretion we may print bul- s multiple times if space allows. Guaranteed itional runs or items over 50 words are $5 Council, Idaho. 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