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Ramsay school repair plea

I am writing in regard to the Mt. Pleasant School Board’s decision not to move forward with the Ramsay renovation proposal. I am disappointed that this project was shelved.

As a parent of a student at Ramsay, I am concerned about conditions there. I commend Tara Leeder for speaking up for the concerns and safety of the children at Ramsay and for being a voice for the children.

I urge the board not to shelve this topic for too long. If code regulations are going to get tougher and increasingly more difficult to comply with, maybe that is a reason to move sooner rather than later with Ramsay renovations.

The school board has very difficult decisions to make, and I pray that its members have the strength to make them in the best interests of the children in our schools. I want to thank them for their service to our children and our community.

David Pritts

Mt. Pleasant


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