Tagged: bacon school

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Bacon Spoiler Alert

With the discussions swirling around the repurposing of Bacon as administrative offices to the detriment of its repurposing as a rec center, it’s important to note this comment (quotes from Recorder story here): “We need to be very careful we’re not rushing this,” Gray said....

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Kids on the Block

I’m hardly surprised to see kids once again lose out given a GASD decision on Bacon School. At the time of the initial closure decision, the GASD convinced the general public that no other viable option existed for Bacon other than closure. Even more, the...

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I Get So Emotional… Baby

Apparently any time you advocate on behalf of your values or principles on school district issues, no matter how sound your arguments and facts, you are deemed emotional while the opposite side, typically the editorial writerss and the administration, are objective and factual. Maybe it...

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Bacon and Kool-Aid : The False Choice Edition

I’m surprised that people are surprised that the GASD now recommends moving the administrative offices from the Central Administration Building (CAB) to Bacon. How can this be, one may reasonably ask? Let me explain. At the time of the closure decision, members of the community...

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A Fool in April (Revised)

Like a massive black hole, the gravitational pull of the Bacon saga sucks me in to yet another post in a seemingly never-to-end posts on the topic. I’d hoped to write some clever headlines given the occasion of April Fools Day, but it’s hard to...

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Barnyard Fables

Inspired by this: A hen and a pig were sauntering down the main street of an Indiana town (yes, this is another shaggy dog story!) when they passed a restaurant that advertised “Delicious bacon and eggs: 75 cents.” “Sounds like a bargain,” approved the hen....

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Quote du jour

Be amusing: never tell unkind stories; above all, never tell long ones. — Benjamin Disraeli In the spirit of this sentiment, I’m holding off commentary on Bacon school as it would be most unkind, rather lengthy and, most importantly for me,  bereft of amusement. The...

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Losers!

Paul Antonelli,  the sports editor at the Recorder, makes a passionate case for the proposed civic center at Bacon school. He states: Spagnola, who is also in charge of looking over the city’s abandoned properties, is the go-to guy here. He does wear a lot...

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Just Make It Stop

I get the feeling I’m stuck in a soap opera that jumped the shark a few seasons ago. Now we have a whole new round of debate on the Bacon property. I’m just not into talking it about it any more. It’s exhausting. Not to...