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Daughters

Joy

Philip Brunelle, organist, plays a prelude to the wedding at Plymouth Congregational Church in Minneapolis. From those magnificent pipes pour Bach's Jesus, Joy of Man's Desire. The bride takes her father's arm and to the crescendo of Mendelsohn's Wedding March, father and daughter begin their walk down the aisle to the altar, past the wedding guests, past the seated parents and grandparents. There, surrounded by sunlit stained glass windows, the father hands his daughter to the groom.

Horror

Nikola Cruz, shooter, begins his walk down the hallway of Parkland School in Florida. With rapid-fire bursts of death from his AR 15 rifle, he continues into classrooms to murder thirteen students, three adults and wounding more. The floors were stained red.

After the slaughter, a father speaks: "She was my daughter. She was shot in the head five times....She is not here....I will never see her again....I am pissed....I will never see her again....Never.

Hope

Thousands and thousands of young people, along with those from Parkland High School in florida, march across the nation; they are forming "lie-ins" both in Washington DC and Florida. They shout for safety in their schools. They shout for the end of mass shootings. And they are gaining momentum.

Never again?

Jan Ross Deetjen,

N423 River Drive,

Menominee, MI 49848



Dear Editor:

With the referendums to update the facilities of Coleman Schools on April 3rds ballot, I would ask all voters in the district to get out and vote. I know that we all support the work of our great educators and are proud of them for achieving the recognition from the State of Wisconsin. I would also like to thank the committee that worked on this referendum. That being said, I would like to express my opinion of some of the upgrades that are planned. A lot of referendum #1 is aesthetics and are wants and not a needs, at a cost of $10,850, 000.00. Some components of the referendum are absolutely necessary. The roof on the High School needs to be replaced and some of its cost will be offset by heating and cooling efficiencies gained from the replacement. There are problems with water coming in to the basement areas during severe storms, problems with some of the old cast iron drain lines, and some necessary electrical updates. These are all should be addressed.

The committee recommended expanding the present art room and convert it into a tech area. This expansion would close off the exit on the far west end of the north side of the high school. This would require the egress to be relocated to the east of the present one and taking out a portion of the girls locker room and a chunk out of the upstairs class room as we would be redoing the stairwell as it would also exit the building at this point. We would be taking out the upper half of the existing stairwell and the only part that would remain is the part to the stage area, I don't know what we will be using the space from the part of the stairwell that we are taking down. This is a huge renovation to create the tech area that the existing art room may be able to accommodate. If not the home ec. area is larger and could be used. The stairwell by the cafeteria is going through the same renovation. This is required because we want to create a handicap ramp to the stage area. We could accomplish the same with a small lift put into a small part of the stage on one side at a fraction of the cost. These two stairwell changes alone will cost us over a million dollars and downsize two class rooms, a locker room and may present problems in the cafeteria.

We want to secure the offices. At present we have two sets of doors at the entrances. If electric locks were installed with cameras and a monitor, the offices could control access into the building and any questionable person could be directed to proceed to the office before going further. This referendum would have us remodeling the H.S. office to increase the working space, which gets us into asbestos issues and requires another entrance into the office. In the elementary school, it will require putting up walls up in the lobby area to funnel guests through the office. All guest maybe required to show an I.D. and a computer search into their records would be done before they would be admitted. All of us will have to weigh out the costs of this for the gain. We can secure these buildings at a fraction of the cost and space lost.

The renovation in the grade school gym/cafeteria/kitchen is being pushed because the basketball court is purportedly not a regulation size. The current length is 74' long which is regulation (www.ultimate-youth-basketball-guide.com). It will require the loss of three class rooms, two of which are set up for kindergarteners with their own restrooms. It may also require the elimination of the restrooms in that area to accommodate the new cafeteria. A lot of money will be spent without any demonstrable gain for the education of our youth. We would also be decreasing the number of class rooms we may need in the future. Yes the school census shows our numbers not increasing, it only takes one large employer to move in and we may need this space.

I disagree with replacing all the tiles in the H.S. hallways, we can do a lot to make them look better by putting on corner guards as it is mostly the corners that are damaged. I see no need to take out the two stairwells in the elementary school as the present stairs can be modified to accomidate the modesty issue. I also disagree with replacing all the lockers as I was told they don't have room in them for some electronics. We have 220 students in a school that was set up for appox. 500. The H.S. the students that have a need should be given the option of two lockers. I agree with taking space out of the H.S. lobby and turn that into cafeteria. I question the need of expanding the cafeteria to the south with new construction and would suggest the removal of the trophy cases that presently close up the cafeteria and give it a feeling of being confined rather than the past open look that also made it more functional. Put the trophy cases on the new wall in the lobby. If the cafeteria is still too small with the expansion into the lobby, I suggest split lunch periods as in the past instead of 220 students down there at the same time. The need for a new bleacher system in the H.S. issue should be studied more before a decision is reached. There are modifications that can be made to the existing units but it needs to be looked at closely to determine the feasibility of the modifications to the perceived need.

These two referendums will cost $13,830,000. On your taxes per year, if your appraised value is $100,000 it will cost you $213.00 per year. If at $200,000 you will pay $426. This is a substantial amount of money. Personally, I'm willing to make this kind of investment in the children of our community. These referendums, however would squander my investment. I would like to see a revised referendum that channels funds to necessary repairs and keep the focus on the schools mission. I am all for the tech area, returning the science labs that were removed in the past, updating of equipment in the shops and Ag area. I am for the adding of another instructor in the shop area to support the tech area. Anything that will benefit the educational opportunities of our students I support.

I am voting No on the referendums. Please vote what you think is best for our students. I feel the money can better spent. We can come up with an alternative proposal that would better benefit our needs in this community and most importantly serve our children's educational needs.

Dennis Fiedorowicz



"Never Alone"

A lonely little boy lived down the road,

Not far from a nursing home

Where a lonely Gentleman happened to live.

He also felt alone.

The man sat sadly on an old park bench,

when a tear rolled down his cheek.

The boy biked by but he saw the tear,

His bike came to a haltering squeak.

Is there something I could do for you, sir?

I see you're all alone.

Could you just sit and talk awhile,

I really miss my home.

Oh sure, said the boy,

I'm all alone too.

Mom and dad are at work all day.

My family too, said the gentleman,

It's just work, work, work, no play.

But mom always says,

Never feel alone, or fear.

God loves us and He's always near.

Your mom is very wise, my son,

For God is near to everyone.

So thank you for reminding me,

and stop by again real soon.

For with God, you and me,

Should never feel alone.

Written by Joyce Bedora,

former Peshtigo resident.



Dear Editor,

Attention: Peshtigo School District Residents

On April 3, 2018 there will be two referendum questions on the ballot for the Peshtigo School District. One is for building a new Middle/High School, the second for additional gym space to be included in the new building. Over the past year and a half a "Building Committee" has worked diligently to find a fiscally responsible, effective, safe and long term strategic solution to the District's educational systems and facilities. We have reached out to the community for input through meetings and surveys. All information received was taken into consideration. All factual information is being distributed to voters in the District through mailings, school website, open houses, calls, postcards and newsletters. If you need more information feel free to contact me (Info below) or the Peshtigo School District at 715-582-3677 ext. 1000. We want to make sure you are truly informed before you vote.

As a lifelong resident of the District I have been through the entire "process"... from going to school in the facilities to being a School Board member and former President of that Board. This is truly a remarkable highly respected District. It receives accolades continuously. One area that certainly deserves credit is the fiscal responsibility it maintains so as to minimize the impact on the taxpayers of the District. Peshtigo School District taxpayers have some of the lowest rates in Marinette County and the State of Wisconsin. Recently there was a $.97/$1000 reduction in the school tax amount on District resident's property taxes. This is significant. The net impact of the two referendum questions is an additional $1.91/$1000. This nets out to an increase of $.94/$1000. I see this as a small investment for revitalizing the educational resources of the Peshtigo School District. I urge you to VOTE YES on the two referendum questions to show fiscal support for our educational system.

As General Manager of BPM Inc I see on a continuous basis the need for more diverse and technical educational skillsets in manufacturing. Being part of an eighteen county regional manufacturing development board who's sole purpose is promoting manufacturing to local schools we find it imperative that investments be made to improve those systems. Without these investments it will be difficult for manufacturers to attain the workforce it needs to compete in today's global economy. As Dan Ariens (President of Ariens Corp) states, "Education is a journey in itself...developing leadership and teaching our principles to people who come out of high school and technical colleges are just extensions of the business we are in". These collaborations and investments are developing in an effort to enhance the knowledge of all affected that there are good paying, family supporting jobs in our area with the proper education. If we do not support this at the Middle/High school level it will have a negative impact on economic development. Businesses will look and invest elsewhere. I urge you to VOTE YES on the two referendum questions to show support for the District as well as the local economy and business infrastructure.

In following the educational systems and State/Federal laws over the years.... things have changed. We can no longer provide the same education as in the past. It is difficult for anyone to fully understand the intense requirements on today's teachers, staff, administrators, and school boards. This also includes the facilities utilized to educate our students. In an effort to insure that all students receive the education we are required to provide the facility needs to be conducive to that requirement. The new building fully attains that decree. Let's not leave any student behind. I urge you to VOTE YES on the two referendum questions to show support for all the students of the Peshtigo School District.

In closing... a proper education is one of the best values for our tax dollars to enhance the future of our local economy, community, and reputation. These are things that draw people and businesses to our area. And that benefits all. I urge you to VOTE YES on the two referendum questions to show support of the Peshtigo Community.

Come to the March 22, 2018 open house at the Peshtigo Middle/High School for more information. Open 6:00.pm to 7:30.pm.

VOTE YES on April 3, 2018 to Questions 1 & 2 " Peshtigo School District .

Sincerely,

Jim Koronkiewicz, Peshtigo

(Home 715-582-3773)

(Work 715-582-5223)



Dear Editor & Marinette County Taxpayers,

My oh my, how things have changed. Only 6 years ago some Supervisors on the Marinette County Board complained and even opted to leave the board, because they were not receiving complete information on what they were proposed to vote on. Now, after only a few short months regarding  a huge proposal for the county, they are ready for a vote. Ready to vote March 27 on an additional half of one percent sales tax. Apparently the special meeting on March 20 will provide all of the information they need to make decisions that will cost Marinette County taxpayers millions and millions of dollars. This vote on an additional sales tax comes just after the board voted to make the "temporary" half cent sales tax permanent. That tax would have expired in 2023. I certainly don't pretend to know enough about this vote, and cannot speak for or against it. The proposal is to lend Marinette Marines parent company 50 Million taxpayer dollars with a seven year payback. Is this tax going to expire in seven years? Sooooo, what's the rush? The county board process is notorious for being slow and deliberate. This seems to be a vote and vote soon agenda.  Maybe there is good reason for it.  We will know more after attending the March 20 meeting. I would urge our County Board members to use caution, make sure you get the full story and all the information they need to make a sound and informed decision. This proposal is huge. And I can't help but wonder, what's the rush?

Respectfully Submitted,

John Guarisco,

Middle Inlet  



Dear Editor:

In 1972 Coleman opened a new, state of the art elementary school. It is hard to believe that the "new" building is 46 years old. In order to address the needs of both buildings, a two question referendum is being placed on the April 3rd ballot. Question One addresses infrastructure, maintenance and safety needs. Just like your home periodically needs new windows and a roof, the school buildings need maintenance and upgrades  that go beyond the regular budget.  Question Two requests money to remodel and update the STEAM  (science, technology, engineering, agriculture/art and math) departments.  In order to graduate with a sound, well-rounded education, children must learn more than the "three R"s"  Children  today must be prepared to work, function and live in a rapidly changing, technologically based society.  Most of them will have jobs that we can't even imagine.  21st Century schools provide that kind of an education, and I would like to see Coleman continue to provide that foundation to our children.  "  The Coleman School District has worked hard to  provide our children with a sound, well-rounded education while wisely spending our tax dollars. If you would like to see some of the needs of the schools, come tour the buildings don March 27th between 5-7 PM. Meet in the Board Room at the Elementary School entrance. I hope that each one of you will think about our children and make an informed choice when you vote on April 3rd. 

Nancy Morstad



Dear Editor: 

It seems the Marinette County Board is once again jumping into the water without knowing how deep it is.  This time it is very deep.  Since when do county's lend or give money to private companies?   Let alone ones that are not American companies. Marinette County is not a bank.  If a bank or banks will not lend a company money why would a small county do that?  The risk is very high.  How much has little Peshtigo lost lending money to failed businesses in their business park?  Millions is the answer by the way.   County government does not know the first thing about checking credit, auditing companies books, evaluating the risks, business plans and models, etc.  Marinette County has an awful time with their own budget.  They are always spending unbudgeted money on lots of things they feel the county needs and yet did not plan for.  Might be the inexperienced management we employ perhaps?

 Marinette County abandoned the Twin County Airport which Marinette Marine uses and likely still needs.  I realize that the helicopter company is not in Marinette but I suspect that they employ many Marinette County folks. I might be wrong. They also need the airport worse than Marinette Marine.  $40,000.00 per year was the budgeted amount I'm pretty sure.

 Marinette County has no business lending big money to a private company.  They should not even think about it.  Suggesting that the whole state should increase taxes is crazy. We all pay local sales taxes not just the tourists that they claim they want to attract and then tax. Really! I like to buy local and I try to avoid paying the stadium sales taxes in Green Bay as much as I can when I don't shop locally. By the way Manitowoc County does not have any additional sales taxes like Marinette County already does. I wonder what Menominee's local sales taxes are?

 How would Marinette County collect if the company they lend money to fails?  Sheriff sale of the assets?  The market for ship building facilities and equipment is not very big I suspect.

 I normally suggest that you contact your representatives but I'm still not sure how to do that.  They don't return emails, letters, phone calls or text messages.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.

 Pete Pfankuch,

Marinette County    



Editor:

Attention Taxpayers and Voters of the Peshtigo School District

In the recent flyer sent out by the committee and School Board, it states 56% of ALL residents said they would support a referendum to build a new school. Only 17% of residents responded to the survey. 17% is less than 1 out of 5 voters. Out of the 17% responding to the survey, 56% were in favor of building a new school. That is about 9% of the people that sent in there survey.

With the new flyer sent out, the building cost total $30,920,000. The last vote the cost was $33,900,000, about 3 million more. The last vote the referendum was for 27 years. They took off $3 million and 7 years off the loan.

Seems almost impossible. Under the tax impact chart in the flyer the word assumptions appears. My dictionary defines that as "an idea or statement believed to be true without proof."

Is that the best the committee and source could come up with?

Please remember to vote

Roger Schoenfeldt,

Town of Peshtigo.


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