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‘No’ vote urged on Lindbergh ballot measure

To the editor:

As always, the Lindbergh school board is disregarding the senior citizen by trying to get a raise on the real-estate tax again.

With the banks not paying much interest, the people who do have a little savings are spending it to stay alive. When that is gone, is the school board going to take us in and care for us?

I find it hard to believe that I, with so many other men and women, fought a war for so long only to receive this kind of treatment now.

Thanks for nothing.

I urge all people to vote against any tax increase or bond issue. Look at your real estate bill and see how much you are paying now.

George Smeehuyzen

Crestwood

ÔNo’ vote urged on Lindbergh ballot measure

‘No’ vote urged on Lindbergh ballot measure

To the editor:

As always, the Lindbergh school board is disregarding the senior citizen by trying to get a raise on the real-estate tax again.

With the banks not paying much interest, the people who do have a little savings are spending it to stay alive. When that is gone, is the school board going to take us in and care for us?

I find it hard to believe that I, with so many other men and women, fought a war for so long only to receive this kind of treatment now.

Thanks for nothing.

I urge all people to vote against any tax increase or bond issue. Look at your real estate bill and see how much you are paying now.

George Smeehuyzen

Crestwood

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‘No’ vote urged on Lindbergh ballot measure