Letters to the Editor

‘LASD cuts, BCS chooses’

In my house, many disputes are settled expeditiously with the practice of “You cut, I choose.” This method promotes equality through game theory and decades of practice with many of the highest stakes and crucial disputes settled across America, mostly between kids.

If the Los Altos School District was committed to finding a solution, including a permanent site for Bullis Charter School, this approach could be used to settle matters once and for all.

Letters to the Editor

Put 10th school site in Mountain View

Why should Los Altos absorb the proposed 10th school site and/or a reconfiguration of Egan Junior High, Bullis Charter School and/or Covington School?

The city of Mountain View has acted irresponsibly by building and continuing to build high-density apartment buildings with no regard for the impact on resources (automobile and pedestrian traffic, water, sewage, parking, schools, police and fire service, etc.).

Letter to the Editor

Time for BCS to choose: New school or two sites

Your coverage of the Los Altos School District’s 10th site effort gives the incorrect impression that only opponents have chimed in.

At the Dec. 11 meeting at which the decision to move forward with the effort was made, a majority of those speaking voiced support.

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