Rollback election results

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

GRAYSON COUNTY, Tex -- Voters decided the fate of several rollback elections across Grayson County on Saturday.

In Sherman, the tax ratification election fails by a vote of 1,419 against, and 867 for the measure.

In Denison, the rollback election passes by a vote of 1,003 for, and 557 against the measure.

In Howe, the rollback fails by a vote of 198 against, and 154 for the measure.

In S&S, the rollback fails by a vote of 257 against, and 223 for the measure.

And in Coliinsville, the rollback election passes by a margin of 131 for and 71 against.

Van Alstyne will hold their rollback in November.


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  • by jt Location: denison on Oct 10, 2008 at 10:31 AM
    i agree Lou working for a district a person gets to see first hand what alot of the money gets waisted on when it comes to upper management!!!And it is alot!!!
  • by Anonymous on Oct 10, 2008 at 10:31 AM
    To Educator: I am so glad that I do not work in a district with you. I bet you are the most negative, first to criticize, person in the room. What truly shows your intelligence is voting against a proposal that is meant to help you. Thank God I don't teach in Sherman....and I never, ever will.
  • by Lou Location: Sherman on Oct 10, 2008 at 06:10 AM
    First, I agree that teachers, custodians, lunch ladies, and aides are underpaid. But I've always thought the upper administration was overpaid and overstaffed, with professionals (big salaries) doing jobs that para-professionals could easily do - with supervision/oversight. In industry, in order to be competitive, we had to learn to operate leaner. Time for government, and, yes, school districts are part of government, to learn to live leaner - beginning at the top, not mid and lower levels.
  • by jt Location: denison on Oct 9, 2008 at 07:46 PM
    i agree with HAPPY teachers are the ones that should make the money in the district they are far under paid!!!
  • by Retired Educator Location: Sherman on Oct 9, 2008 at 07:39 PM
    I totally agree with Educator who submitted at 5:15. I wish that the teachers would not take the issue personally. I was one of the 65 and older voters, and for me it was a matter of money. Because of being on a fixed income in these troubling economic times, I am having to cut back a lot on my spending. (2 meals a day is working just fine and I think I can do without one or two of my prescriptions. I can also walk more instead of using my car. It just takes a little longer.) I am sorry, teachers. I know you work really hard. I did it for many years, but I just cannot afford any more in taxes.
  • by Educator Location: Sherman on Oct 9, 2008 at 03:15 PM
    As an educator who voted no, I am watching with great interest to see how the Board of Trustees proceeds. It's time for them to take a hard stand with Dr. Hambrick and demand efficiency. They need to get into the schools and objectivley assess programs and staffing. They cannot just take the word of those from central office. This is a time for teachers to make their voice heard as to what programs and processes have been forced upon them that are not efficient or effective. This vote wasn't an issue of money for many. It was an issue of trust in the decision making and spending habits of those at central office.
  • by HAPPY Location: Denison on Oct 9, 2008 at 11:23 AM
    Teachers are the reason you can read,write and type.Get the facts and quit whinning.
  • by jt Location: denison on Oct 8, 2008 at 04:12 PM
    i am so sorry i left out the cooks that work just as hard as anyone in the district !!!the cooks,custodians,and maint. are all under paid !your atheletic director,superintendant,maint. director,these are the ones making the money!!!
  • by j Location: tx on Oct 8, 2008 at 01:35 PM
    thank you teachers! sorry that it was not passed!
  • by OOTO Location: Texoma on Oct 8, 2008 at 08:39 AM
    You are correct, taxpayer, it is a darn shame. The doctor, who probably spent 12 in public schools, and sees no need now to support them, has his head up his you know what. So do the others who share his beliefs. Educators, and people who are concerned about them, remember, if you ever need a urologist in the Sherman area, Steven Johnson didn't support you, so please, don't support him. Use one of the may others in this area.
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