February 20, 2013 · 12 comments
Great that Ayers is going looking for support for school needs and programs. But I must admit to one small (personal) adverse reaction. Which city are you asking to help pay for your much needed crossing guards? While looking for funds for Ayers, which city’s sales taxes should you try to support to further one of your school needs? Hat’s off to Skips Clayton for agreeing—but.
How much, exactly, is “a portion of sales”?
Funding for schools are based on local taxes that are collected by the State, who then allocates funding back to the school district. Schools already got bailed out by Proposition 30. Enough already!!!
Crossing guards… what a joke. Schools want them because 90 percent of children are now dropped off at school by the parents who are creating the unsafe conditions while dropping off the kids!!!! Go visit any elementary school about 30 minutes before the start of classes and you will witness the madness… jaywalking, double-parking, car doors swinging open into traffic, failing to yield at crosswalks, etc.
Good luck with your fundraiser Ayers! For every carmudgeon on here I hope there are 100 nice people.
It specifically states “MUST present flyer when ordering”
Is a printed copy of the image suitable? Or do you need the actual flyer?
I’m pretty sure a printed copy of the image is suitable.
I hope the fundraiser goes well……am I the only one that thinks their pizza is disgusting????
@Lori – yes. To each his own I guess. I’ve had good and bad though. Depends on who makes it maybe, or how much sauce they use.
Yes, you’re the only one.
There used to be a sign that said “Skipolini’s. The place that made Clayton famous.”
Maybe it was that the friends I went with loved the pizza with BBQ sauce so that’s what I tried……YUCK, give me tomato sauce
I was out there in 2010, My car club had a reunion at the skipolinis in antioch. The pizza was like 20 bucks each and that was 2 toppings. The beer price was out ragest. They are a rip off.
Dave from After Hours Car Club
The bbq pizza is a nice change, but I certainly don’t crave it every time.
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