Why I wasn’t for the LCCC Bonds
Last night almost 24% of registered voters in Laramie County voted on a single ballot issue, a general obligation bond for the local Laramie County Community College (LCCC). Typically, general obligation bonds are for projects that: 1) will not provide direct sources of revenue and 2) will serve the entire community. Let’s break that down.
The ballot stated two buildings would be erected -- an Industrial Technology building for students to learn welding, auto maintenance, HVAC services, etc.; and a Student Services building to include student class space. Will I, as a member of the community, ever use these facilities?
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 22:55