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Is unifying Chula Vista and Sweetwater Union High School districts a good idea?

Yes
19%
No
81%
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sosocal Says:

Tue, Feb 11 2014 08:24 PM

Good analogy, Mr. O'Neill. I'd like to add that Ed Brand and pals are actually closer to the Russian model of siphoning off resources, however. Fast Eddy and the Oligarchs, performing for all of us! Tricks, Schtick, Sleight of Hand, most likely followed by the fastest vanishing act ever!

Keep your eyes open and see if you can find the money trail!


kevin O'Neill Says:

Sun, Feb 09 2014 02:58 PM

The Sweetwater finances are in such disarray and debt so great, it would be foolish for any of the elementary districts to take them on.
The last time there was a unification with such a disparity in functionality and finances was when West Germany absorbed East Germany. It cost them many years of their GDP.


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