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Allah Tabul January 29, 2014 at 12:46 pm
Frank, gov Deal absolutely deserves blame too. But this whole smokescreen of blaming the weatherRead More forecasters is wrong. National Weather Service and numerous weather web sites had snow predicted for our area since Sunday afternoon. By the middle of Monday night/Tuesday AM, they were clear that we were now in the middle of the storm's path. Every school district in the metro area, including ours, ignored these warnings until it was too late. But the weather services were clear and correct in their predictions and cannot be blamed for this one. The state government cutting school funding had no impact on yesterday. No amount of increased funding would've prevented the weather. A simple, responsible decision from ours and other metro area superintendents would've prevented the traffic disaster that parents and children experienced. As usual, when real leadership was needed from government, there was none to be found at any level, state nor local. Real leadership cannot be purchased with any amount of funding, from the office of the governor down to local school boards. All are derelict.
Joe Johnson January 29, 2014 at 06:09 pm
These people blaming the government are pathetic. They had as much access to weather forecasts asRead More the officials. Did they keep their children home? Did they stay home? What happened to personal responsibility?
Terry Tucker January 29, 2014 at 08:58 pm
Having more common sense than Dr. P is not an excusable absence. Can't just keep kids home becauseRead More we feel like it.
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