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School Referendum aimed to address financial challenges To the Editor: If you have been following the news for the last few years, it is no surprise the MCW School District has been dealing with financial and facility challenges. These challenges are similar to those many school districts, ...

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CREST salutes volunteers during Volunteer Month To the Editor: Enhancing the Quality of Life for Those We Serve. That is the mission statement for CREST and during the month of April CREST salutes the wonderful volunteers that help make the program successful. CREST volunteers offer vital ...

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Fiscal sustainability To the Editor: What is the driving force behind the MCW referendum? Above and beyond all is fiscal sustainability. That might seem like an interesting reason, as building a new school is not cheap. However, all other options paint a bleak picture for the future of OUR ...

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Dark side to the lakes To the Editor: I would like to share my stories about growing up in Fairmont. It was a great town and I have a lot of happy memories from growing up on Hall Lake but there is a dark side to the lakes. I know the lakes were dredged to make them deeper and improve the ...

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MCW voters have bond referendum questions to consider To the Editor: The Martin County West School District will be asking voters to consider two bond referendum questions on May 14, 2024. The first referendum question proposed is for a $64.7 million bond that would fund a new PreK-12 grade ...

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Impact of referendum for MCW community To the Editor: Hello, MCW community. The school board has placed two questions on a referendum ballot for a special election May 14, 2024. Early voting begins March 29 at the MCW central office. We are a group of volunteers, of all ages, from every ...