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The Snoqualmie Police Association recognizes the importance of education and safety in the Snoqualmie Valley School District. The association encourages Valley residents to vote for Proposition 1 on Feb. 10.
Community Events, January 2015
Local firefighters work hard to keep the Snoqualmie Valley community safe. This is why we feel that the safety and education resources for Snoqualmie Valley students are a high priority. We encourage voters to support Proposition 1 with a Yes vote on Feb. 10.
Like my parents before me, and my grandpa before them, I have been a Snoqualmie Valley student for my entire education. I am proud to be from a district that promotes excellence and strives to prepare students for future success. As a student, I have often taken things like adequate facilities, reasonable class size, and safety for granted.
As current and former members of the Snoqualmie Valley School District Board of Directors, we are united in our endorsement of the bond measure being placed before voters on the February ballot.
I believe taxpayers have an obligation to support necessary school improvements. However, we should also demand responsible spending, since we are the ones asked to bear the tax burden; in this case, $244 million.