I am outraged that the lack of fiscal responsibility on the state's part will have such a devastating impact on our excellent school system - the very school system that attracts residents to Pleasanton in the first place and continues to provide stability in our property values. Pleasanton needs a local school funding measure to provide a more reliable source of revenue. A parcel tax, combined with some cuts and thoughtful compromises, will get us through the next few difficult years and enable us to provide the quality education that our children need, and our community demands.
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