It should not take a renewal operating levy for Canal Winchester schools to be operating in the "black" if they were properly managing our money.

It should not take a renewal operating levy for Canal Winchester schools to be operating in the "black" if they were properly managing our money.

This levy has not been approved and they are already talking about coming to the voters in November for even more money.

The Ohio School Facilities Commission is expected to offer the district $17,553,000 to upgrade existing facilities or build new ones.

One of the buildings being looked at is the new middle school. Now that is a joke, if I ever heard one.

First of all, we build a building that requires school transportation for our students to attend. Second, it looks like most new school buildings (every district is in competition) are being built for looks more than for saving taxpayer money and educating the students.

I am 72 and would like to retire at some point before my life on earth here is over, but if we keep going to the taxpayer well, that is never going to happen.

Just remember that one of these days, you would like to retire, also.