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Property values are very dependent on the school system that services the property. There isn't a real estate person in the country that would argue that point.
Dr. Sanchez's article is excellent. We are spending $50 million a year to educate our children and we are given a failing high school in exchange. Why shouldn't we be given value for our investment? Why would any Marco Island resident oppose having CC return some of our money to benefit our children and property values?
A high school will certainly increase our property values a lot more than having our own police department.
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