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If the parents of our children want a high school closer to home, the city and it's business community should do whatever it can to help them achieve it. Why would any parent want their child to travel twenty miles a day to get an education? Me thinks there are people in Marco that feel our wee city cannot support two schools. After all, many have given much to one and now another will be asking for donations? The Chamber needs to ask for more money from our hotels and our wealthy needs to dig deeper. Did you think those elementry kids wouldn't grow up and need a high school too? The job is not done, either use your political influence to get county money or open your wallets. Your community and it's future requires more from you then your volunteer work.
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