Comments for: Lincoln schools’ fifth budget try would hold line on costs

Posted Nov. 23, 2012, at 5:32 p.m.

LINCOLN | RSU 67’s fifth attempt at passing a 2012-13 budget for its three towns holds the line on costs and services but a fifth failure to secure voters’ approval could threaten that, Superintendent Denise Hamlin says. At a meeting earlier this week, the regional school unit’s board of …

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  • Anonymous

    “Hamlin said that she was unaware that the date was problematic.” Lie.
    Mr. Sambides>>>It would be interesting to see a list of all stipends given to the Superintendent and administrators during her two and a half year reign. People don’t realize how much money she carries back to Milo in addition to her high salary.

  • Anonymous

    Denise Hamplin must go! If shutting down programs for a while is what it takes to bring this to an end, then I am for it. We must hold her accountable if the board won’t. Her days are numbered now. The votes to remove her are on the board. They need to see that’s what the people demand in every vote. We must send a clear message. Denise Hamplin must go!

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