I just went for my two kids (3rd grade and kinder). Not only did the teachers leave, having the school hire new teachers suddenly (probably from pay cuts), but the list I got from the school did want things like copy paper, staples, postit notes, etc. Those are not supplies my kids will use. It makes me mad. I buy them, because I understand the budget cuts. I thought I had everything together for supply turn ins, when my 3rd graders teacher says "I have update the list to reflect things I think my classroom should have". Now I have to get a calculator, plastic cups and plates....... I don't think so. They haven't even touched multiplication, why the heck does my kid need a calculator? and I'm not feeding the other kids, so I'm not buying plates and cups. sorry. After spending $300 friggin dollars (not including fees, and lunch costs, and uniforms), I'm not spending any more.
"Our community does not stand for this.
The community demands that local TPD stop calling Border Patrol. Otherwise, Police Chief Villaseñor must go!"
Not biased or anything.
Demands do nothing, when TPD is following the law. 1070 says that when a person is ARRESTED, even if it is cuff and release, they are to check residency. You don't know why the person was arrested. Did they lie? Did they do something in the past that came up with their name? Did they refuse to give a name? You don't know.
Then when residency is checked and they are NOT RESIDENTS, BP is called in. THAT IS THE LAW. A bunch of people fighting the cops on it, gets no where, fight the law, in court.
Not following the directions of the officers, etc, is where the NON lethal means of getting people to back off, come into play. Your fault for getting peppered or bit if you don't follow what they are saying. The photos show people just blatently walking into the road (traffic issue now), getting into cops faces (harrassing an officer now), getting in the way of the arrest/stop (interfering with an officer/stop/arrest now).
The cops followed the law. BP followed the law. Stop being biased.
Ever consider, that since the houses were "built", and therefore brand new, that they land costs, developmental costs of the land, and then the building itself.... I can see it costing $600k. The question is, WHAT type of house was built. If you talking about a 1200sqft, that's too much. If you're talking a 2,000sqft, landscaping included, upgrades included, the land cost itself, please the development of the land.... yeah I can see closer to the $600k mark.
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