"We can go to the voters and say, 'We will continue to bring the numbers down." — Carolyn Greene
The revised agreement uses the same student population/property value split but readjusts those numbers each year.
Although, we've gotten input from a number of people, I've gotten more input from townspeople who want to stay with Mount Greylock." — Robert Ericson
Our voices were welcome before; I leave it to the readers to ponder why they are not welcome now.
"The people are not interested in anything other than being committed to this school." — Curtis Asch
"There is nothing more important for the well-being of the community than the schools." — Adam Falk
The Selectmen want to survey town voters by paper ballot about whether they want the board to pursue the dissolution of the regional school district.
"If this does not pass, this would be detrimental to the town." — Paul Sieloff
"There are so many good books in the running." — Ali Benjamin
"I just don't like feeling like I'm being pushed around in the school yard when there is not enough good-faith negotiation." — Jane Patton
"I'm not willing to give up on equity on tax-exempt properties." — Robert Ericson
"We'll be asking on the 16th of November for them to provide their estimate and Design Partnership to provide their estimate." — Trip Elmore
"I've discussed with all school committees my entry plan, which I was working on before I was even hired." — Douglas Dias
"In some respects, this dehumidification system is 'air-conditioning light.' " — co-Chairwoman Paula Consolini
"You can't cut your way out of it." — Steve Wentworth
"One thing ... is making sure the agreement is equitable not only at the moment of bonding but making sure it's equitable dynamically." — Steven Miller
"These are high performance type systems we're providing." — Sal Fazzino
The committee is developing a proposed amendment to the regional agreement that governs the junior-senior high school district.
"I want to be able to say to the whole community that we are all winners in this, and I think there is a lot of opportunity." — Darlene Rodowicz
"The plant has the opportunity to save you a lot of money on utility costs or cost you a lot of money." — Michael Walsh
The School Committee is developing a proposal that would tie capital apportionment to a five-year rolling enrollment average.
"We're not trying to derail the new school. We all think we need a new school." — Hank Sayers
"The people in Lanesborough want to support education, and this building is not getting any cheaper." — Carolyn Greene
Among the four of them, they have more than 80 years of high school coaching experience and 24 state championships going into the 2015-16 academic year.
"There's rumors of a proposal, there is discussion of a proposal, but the proposal isn't real." — Richard Cohen