Monday, March 21, 2016

School district to test new phone program at defunct facility

The Park Street School will be the location for a phone pilot program for the Springfield School District.

www.eagletimes.com     www.rutlandherald.com

6 comments :

  1. I thought we voted to close Park St school, I guess we can install a new phone system to waste more money.

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    1. Really,,? That vote was 6-7 years ago and your just realizing it isn't closed?

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  2. notice how all this comes out after the budget vote,maybe people will remember thing's like this next year

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  3. What is the cost to operate Park St school building for the year? What is the cost of needed repairs? Be curious to know what the tax payers are spending a year for a building that we were supposed to abandon, and what the costs are going to be in the future if we continue to use this building

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    1. If you really want to know all you have to do is attend on of the many public meetings that are held on the topic. All that info is available.

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  4. The school district isn't likely to let out that info.........

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