Your Voice Has Been Heard

We resolve our issues through hard work and compromise. And when presented with a clear and reasonable plan we whole-heartedly support our school district.

Our voices have been heard. For over eight years this community has been asking for a reasonable plan to address our high school issues. 

With everyone’s help and input, this proposal truly and fully responds to the criticisms voiced before. is what we have been asking for:

  • A plan that allows $2.4 million dollars per year to be spent on education rather than on  maintaining old buildings.
  • A plan that is well defined by drawings and cost, so we know how our money is being spent.
  • A plan that addresses our declining enrollment, and allows facilities to be used most efficiently.
  • A plan that minimizes disruption to students, and can be implemented in two years.
  • A plan that is financially conservative, does not raise our taxes, and has no interest rate risk.

The facts speak for themselves. While there have been some legitimate reasons
for voting "no" in the past, this time it’s different. And that is why so many
previous no voters are now saying, “yes.

Our community knows value when it sees it and by working together and voting yes on May 8th Bloomfield can send a message to all of Michigan that says:   

We resolve our issues through hard work and compromise. And when presented with a clear and reasonable plan, we whole-heartedly support our school district.

Please visit www.onebloomfieldunited.com to find out how this plan affects you and why your friends and neighbors are voting yes on May 8.

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Casey March 15, 2012 at 04:55 AM
This is a good compromise. Our taxes go down and we can save education dollars for education. I am voting YES this time!


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