The town’s school district is taking a pretty penny from homeowners, and things might only get worse.
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Hays residents have reason to be wary of their local press.
Despite obstruction by the school district, a lawsuit alleging election mismanagement is headed to trial.
A school district is blatantly stonewalling a public information request by demanding more than a quarter of a million dollars for the documents in question.
With near-certain prospects of a significantly more conservative senate in 2013, a Wendy Davis loss would be even bigger for conservatives than usual.
John Adams seems all to eager to defend excess administration on top of excess spending in our public education system.
Apparently the Dripping Springs ISD Board of Trustees didn’t learn their lesson last November. After being exposed for spending less than 25% of their money on instruction, taxpayers flunked a proposal to hike property tax rates up to the maximum allowed by law. Now,...
Congratulations, Dripping springs! You stood up to the big spenders in your local school district that wanted to raise your taxes to the maximum allowed by law. By rejecting that idea by a 3-1 margin, you are an example to all the edu-crats looking to continue...
Think it’s only big city school districts pushing for tax hikes to cover their negligent spending habits? Think again. Dripping Springs ISD wants to raise taxes to the maximum allowed by law, despite the fact that they spend less than 25 percent of their total...