|

David Allen, El Dorado Hills “I was surprised. He’s been very no-nonsense. I’€™m waiting for what’€™s next. As an educator. I hope there’™s no cuts to school funding.”

Dan Haul, El Dorado Hills "That budget didn'€™t work. Do the math. It was full of tricks. Rejecting it was right."
David Allen, El Dorado Hills "I was surprised. He's been very no-nonsense. I'€™m waiting for what'€™s next. As an educator. I hope there'™s no cuts to school funding."
Jeri Wenger, El Dorado Hills "It'€™s great. That budget was a cowardly way for them to keep getting paid. The Republicans have no consideration for the people, and need to pass the tax extension. We're looking at a $9.6 billion budget gap. The Democrats have made a good faith effort in their cuts. Its time for the Republicans to step up and stop hiding behind their biases."
John Leichty, El Dorado Hills "€œIt is what it is. I'€™m not a Democrat, but I agree with Brown'€™s rejection. He only rejected about 10 percent of it, including the tax raises. He was smart to reject it. It would have wound up in court."
Tom Nieman, Cameron Park "Good for him. It's time for the Republicans to vote to increase taxes. The Republicans need to force the Dems to the table. I'€™m a Republican, but I want to see the Democrats come to the table."

Leave a Reply

Recently Commented

  • Liz: Did another search and US News came out with national rankings. Granite Bay is 438 OR is 577 Folsom 863 Vista 817
  • Liz: I did a search of top schools in California. Schooldigger.com shows that Oak Ridge is in the top 100 while...
  • Liz: OR Parent – Life is about choices….If you disagree with the way a school is running, do something...
  • OR Parent: Why the discussion? Because of the heavy weighting of expenditures on athletic facilities versus academic...
  • Mark 2: Furthermore, being ranked #119 makes ORHS in the top 6% of all high schools in CA.