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Choosing Insanity - Update

For those following the Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance (APFO) review and legislation, CB61-2017, there are many amendments being proposed. Take a look at www.ethicsballot.com and on the top right are documents explaining APFO, and the amendments. I have particular concern about adding an adjacency test (where a closed school opens because there is an open one adjacent) without a "net" review. For instance, if a school is open by 2% under capacity but the one next door is 10% over, that's not an even out now is it? The open school adjacent should have more capacity to fill than the amount the closed one is over. Also, do ALL adjacent areas open? Seems to me, even if the proposed overcap

Choosing Insanity

We all know our County’s slogan of “Choose Civility”, but lately I have been thinking of that age old “definition” of insanity and thinking that is what is being chosen too often. For instance, why does anyone believe that doing the same thing that has been done for decades will result in anything different when looking at Adequate Public Facilities Ordinance (APFO) issues, quality of life issues, and crowded roads and schools? Depending on what legislation passes, on APFO, we could be faced with doing the same thing, over and over, and expecting different results, which would be choosing insanity. A lot of attention has been placed on APFO because of the extreme concern about the crowded Sc