Lowery Working To End Battle


I was able to acquire a letter sent by Chairman Myron Lowery of the Memphis City Council to President Tomeka Hart of the Memphis City School Board. In this letter it clearly shows Lowery from the beginning of this brewhaha between the Council and the School Board has been trying to find a peaceful resolution. One that would be fair to the City taxpayers and the public school system. Is it the School Board that is throwing a wrench in the works?

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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

THe schools get millions of dollars every year and what do they have to show for it???? It didn't take that much money when we went to school. Cut back on the waste and fire those teachers who don't know what they are doing.

Anonymous said...

Anon 8;59 I'm with you. I have no kids and they take enough of my money to educate these kids. If they don't have enough then CUT BACK.

Anonymous said...

obama is nice. his dog is nice too

Anonymous said...

"obama is nice. his dog is nice too"

What?!

Anonymous said...

Memphis is the only municipality in Shelby County to fund education. Unless the others get in the act, we Memphians shouldn't pay either. Memphis' portion of the funding should be assumed by the County.

Brian said...

I'll be curious to see if they meet.

Anonymous said...

4:19pm is right why should we foot the bill when the others sit around and just talk about us. Its time this city woke up.

Anonymous said...

Over $600K wasted on phone sex and getting your horoscope. They call this chump change!! Yea, the Memphis tax-payers are the chumps. Councilman Lowery don't give them a dime!

Anonymous said...

Low-ry just trying to be the center of attention. Nothing to see here folks just move along.

Anonymous said...

Myrons dog is nice too!

Anonymous said...

Schools use money for ring tones for administration. Not a bad use of money. Snoop Dog tones are great.

CSPAN said...

You can't blame the school for not being able to teach kids that come in sleepy, hungry, unprepared, and with poor home training. People expect too much from the schools.