Letters

Bluffton’s Missed Opportunity

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Dear Editor:

I am concerned about the lack of space for many more burial plots at Maple Grove Cemetery. There is a desperate need to acquire adjacent land before it’s too late. Perhaps it already is. Land can be purchased elsewhere as a continuation of Maple Grove, of course, but it’s preferable for a cemetery to be in one place. Other cemeteries, such as Ebenezer, Thompson, Pleasant View, and Pleasant Ridge have expanded their borders. It would be good if Maple Grove officials, with the necessary help of Bluffton’s Village Council, would do the same.

Main Street Flag Project Receives TREMENDOUS Support

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   The S.H.A.N.N.O.N. Service Club of Bluffton, in conjunction with the Village of Bluffton, the Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Bluffton American Legion, says THANK YOU to the many businesses and individuals who helped to sponsor the 2013 MAIN STREET FLAG PROJECT.  The cooperation among so many people who helped this project in so many ways is truly inspiring.  And the stories behind the people who are HONORED and MEMORIALIZED are heartwarming.         
   

Thank You from Bluffton Schools

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On behalf of the Bluffton Schools Board of Education and the levy committee, I would like to thank you for your support of our renewal on Tuesday, May 7.  We will continue to spend these permanent improvement dollars wisely and will continue to show the community where this money is spent each year.  We are very proud of our school and the community that supports it.  Thank you, again, for all you do for our district!

Sincerely,

Greg Denecker
Superintendent, Bluffton Schools

In Favor of Renewal Levy for Bluffton School District

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Next Tuesday, May 7, voters in the Bluffton School District will decide if they want to approve the renewal of the existing Permanent Improvement Levy. I encourage them to vote in favor of this renewal. This levy provides money to pay for repairs and improvements to our school buildings. Since the original levy was passed, many projects have been completed. Among them are new roofs, heating and air conditioning upgrades, plumbing repairs, new energy efficient windows and doors, new science labs, and many more. However, since our buildings are mostly old, further repairs and upgrades will be ongoing. Since the governor and legislature have drastically cut state funding for education, our local school budget has had to be reduced to the point where further cuts or unexpected maintenance will begin to affect the quality of education in our Bluffton schools.

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