When the new governor and legislature take office next month, their collective energy and attention will be directed to how to solve yet another state budget deficit, most likely several times larger than the $1 billion deficit that proved so difficult to resolve in the last session.
Jim Miller, Executive director, League of Minnesota Cities
, December 02, 2010
Change is difficult. When something has been done a certain way year after year, decade after decade, a recognizable pattern is created. People become accustomed to and comfortable with that pattern, and when it suddenly changes it can cause confusion, stress, and, occasionally, even anger.
The incomplete submission for permission to apply a four-day school in the coming year, as described in the Minnesota Department of Education’s letter, appears to have resulted from an oversight or faulty interpretation by the district.
Leo Babeu, Lake Superior School District Board chariman
, June 17, 2010
Giving a graduation speech isn’t easy. I have to stand in front of an audience of both complete strangers and my closest friends and try to say something meaningful, as well as make them laugh occasionally, or at least keep them from falling asleep.
Sonja Peterson, Two Harbors Class of 2010
, June 03, 2010
We have voted, and once again expressed our dismay with how our district is managed financially. So now it is time to have some input, which, apparently, those in charge have finally said they would like to hear.
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